Cezanne

  • (noun): French postimpressionist painter who influenced modern art (especially cubism) by stressing the structural components latent in nature (1839-1906).
    Synonyms: Paul Cezanne

Some articles on cezanne:

Cezanne (disambiguation)
... Cezanne usually refers to Paul Cézanne, French artist ... Cezanne may also refer to Cézanne (typeface), based on the Paul Cézanne's handwriting Cezanne Khan, Indian actor Saif al Nazi aka Cezanne, bassist of ...
Wallace Stevens - Poetry
... by the paintings of Paul Klee and Paul Cezanne Stevens saw in the paintings of both Paul Klee--who was his favorite painter--and Cezanne the kind of work he wanted to do himself ... What Stevens liked in Cezanne was the reduction, you might say, of the world to a few monumental objects ...
Cezanne Khan - Career
... He got his name from the famous French painter Paul Cezanne ... Cezanne's look in KZK "Though I think looks do matter initially, something like an identity card, but as you move on from one role to the other on television, you have to ... You should have the charisma to impress the audience to watch you day after day," says Cezanne ...
Big Two-Hearted River - Style - Cézanne
... His approach in decribing the river and the countryside betray the influence of the paintely post-impressionism style ... At the time Hemingway was heavily influenced by the modernists ...
Camille Pissarro - Life in France - With Monet, Cézanne, and Guillaumin
... Pissarro agreed with the group about the importance of portraying individuals in natural settings, and expressed his dislike of any artifice or grandeur in his works, despite what the Salon demanded for its exhibits ... In 1863 almost all of the group’s paintings were rejected by the Salon, and French Emperor Napoleon III instead decided to place their paintings in a separate exhibit hall, the Salon des Refusés ...