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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 parallel with nature." Cezanne sought to reduce nature to three shapes: the cylinder, cone and sphere, rendering these shapes in skillfully modeled patches of color.
Paris, France, France, Style: French Post- Impressionist, School: Post- Impressionist, Movement: Post- Impressionism, French, Painting;, Painting
Style: French Post- Impressionist; School: Post- Impressionist; Movement: Post- Impressionism; French; Painting;
Paris, France; France
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Art and Art History (Saskia)
Unknown, "Still Life with Tea Kettle and White Cloth" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 3240.