Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), one of the French post-impressionists, uses strong and dark colors in his first works in which he explores striking subjects. Paul Cézanne started to use bright colors in his paintings after meeting with Impressionists. The main factor in the final composition is the color. Analyzes the basic geometric order of nature and removes superficialities from the paintings. It starts using large paint stains. These layers become larger and more abstract. These preferences can be observed in the late period landscape and figure studies. This radical approach also affects Cubists in the context of composition.
"The Boy in the Red Vest", "Portrait of Madame Cézanne with Loosened Hair" and "The Gardener Vallier”, the details of her works, color transitions and brush touches;
Oil on canvas, 89.5 x 72.4 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA.
Oil on canvas, 61.9 x 51.1 cm, Museum of Art, Philadelphia, USA.
Oil on canvas, 107.4 x 74.5 cm, National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA.
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