Cézanne Colouring pencils

Cézanne Colouring pencils

This box of 12 Colouring pencils was created on the occasion of the exhibition Portraits by Cézanne, musée d'Orsay, Paris, from 12 June to 24 September 2017.

Le Garçon au gilet rouge, 1888-1890, National Gallery of Art of Washington.

€13.90 €9.73

Characteristics

Dimensions :
10 x 18 cm
Material :
Wood
Museum :
Musée d'Orsay
EAN :
3336728683117
Model dimensions :
18.5 cm x 10.3 cm
Reference :
CJ400022

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The artist

Paul Cézanne (1839-1906)

Born in France, he studied painting at the Swiss Academy and forged links with the future Impressionists. In 1886, Zola, his friend Zola, dates him, uses him as a model to describe a failed painter. This is the end of their long friendship. On the other hand, he still has a very good relationship with Pissarro, whom he worships as a master: he works with him for two years but in 1877, he splits off from this movement. His research made him the precursor of cubism: drawing and colour became inseparable from the arrangement of the painting, which was organized from the inside.