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Although Cezanne used the Impressionist techniques, he emphasized the underlying structure of the objects he painted rather than the objective vision presented by the light that emanated from them, which was the main concern of the Impressionists. Already he was composing with cubic masses and architectonic lines; his strokes, unlike those of the Impressionists, were not strewn with colour, but they complemented each other in a chromatic unity. The intelligence and the eye of the painter were able to strip away that which was diffuse and superimposed in the view of a given mass, in order to analyze its constituent elements.
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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Unknown, "The Bathers (Men Bathing)" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 3242.