Caravaggio, The Cardsharps, c. All of this had been thoroughly explored already. He stresses the shared social space of the card game, intimate and familiar, and the attention and concentration the game demands.
The artwork is of some apples in a basket and a bottle of wine. This is a scene that is not often come across as Cezanne has chosen his objects carefully so that the colours reflect off of the white cloth, even the folds have been chosen specifically to fit the piece. This piece of work was an observation painting as Cezanne set up his compositions according to his style.
I think this is an observational painting because there is a lot of attention to detail that would not be there if it was painted from imagination. From the moment that you look at it, you know what it is as it is representational.
In this composition, we can see Cezannes painting technique is clearly recognisable, as it is different from many other artists, his work is characterised by his brush strokes; these can sometimes be repetitivesensitive or exploratory depending on what Cezanne is painting.
He uses a blocky form which gives the piece uniqueness and shows his signature style. He uses a couple of shades of each colour and then builds on top. This is a painting that has been created based on his unique painting techniques, to define shadows, blend tone and colour.
Cezanne has layered the different colours to show the overlay of the paints. Cezanne has used harmonious colours in the apples, however he has also set up his piece by using complimentary colours of red and green in his basket by using these colours, you can see a separation in the piece; however it is unnoticeable as the colours mix well.
Choose Type of service.Much of the art of earlier cultures – signs and marks on pottery, textiles, and inscriptions and paintings on rock – used simple, geometric and linear forms which might have had a symbolic or decorative purpose. It is at this level of visual meaning that abstract art communicates.
One can enjoy the beauty of Chinese calligraphy or Islamic calligraphy .
Dec 09, · Paul Cezanne's Mont Sainte Victoire is an exceptional piece of work that has its roots in realistic landscape painting. At the same time, with Cezanne's masterful line work and heightened color effects, the painting comes across as something truly not of this world.
CEZANNE. 1. Paul Cézanne2.
Born on 19 January, , at Aix-en-Provence3. He studied law as his autocratic father wanted, but also took drawing lessons and realized that he desired to be an artist. Genius, in the popular conception, is inextricably tied up with precocity—doing something truly creative, we’re inclined to think, requires the freshness and exuberance and energy of youth.
Nov 14, · A few years ago, during a visit to Cézanne’s studio in Aix-en-Provence, I experienced a flash of insight about the artist that I saw as intrinsic to his becoming the father of modern painting.
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