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  • Paul Cezanne
    Jan 19, 1839 - Oct 22, 1906
  • A Turn in the Road - Paul Cézanne was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism.
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  • circa 1881
    Oil on canvas
    23.86 x 28.86 inches
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, United States.

    This bold landscape shows Cézanne’s radical interest in spatial relationships and three dimensional form. A fence follows from the left behind the turning road; to the right of where the road disappears, brown paint could suggest an upright fence obscuring the white building, or flat earth leading to it. Patches of green—leaves or grass, near or distant—exacerbate this tension between flatness and depth. “I am progressing very slowly,” Cézanne noted, “for nature reveals itself to me in very complex forms.” Widely misunderstood by contemporary critics, Cézanne’s work was admired and collected by his colleagues. This landscape, for example, once belonged to Claude Monet.

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Other paintings by Paul Cezanne:

Landscape in Provence
Landscape in Provence
Well, Millstone and Cistern under Trees
Well, Millstone and Cistern under Trees
House and Farm at Jas de Bouffan
House and Farm at Jas de Bouffan
Turning Road at Montgeroult
Turning Road at Montgeroult
Paul CezanneRegarded by many as the first truly modern artist, Paul Cezanne transformed the face of the 19th Century painting and heralded the advent of Cubism.

His early work shows the influence of French masters Courbet and Delacroix, but ultimately Cezanne abandoned his early style, along with Impressionism, in favor of an increasingly abstract interpretation. He believed art should be " a harmony which runs paralleled with nature." Cezanne sought to reduce nature to three shapes: the cylinder, cone and sphere, rendering these shapes in skillfully modeled patches of color.

Cezanne spent the last years of his life as a near recluse in Aix, where he painted a series of works of a long favored subject, Mont Sainte-Victoire. An extensive retrospect of the artist's work was exhibited in 1996 at the Grand Palais, Paris, the Tate Gallery, London, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.