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Featured Print

Paul CA©zanne Trees Road Arbres et route c. 1890

Paul Cezanne: Trees and Road (Arbres et route), Paul Cezanne, c. 1890, Oil on canvas, Rather than depicting a recognizable site or a spectacular view, as had been the tradition in French landscape painting, Cezanne focuses on an ordinary tree next to a road. Trees appear frequently in his work, sometimes as framing devices for a view into the distance, but more often as the main subject. Here, scraggly branches reach across the canvas as distant foliage is abstracted into a screen of broad, flat marks. Cezanne probably painted this scene on or near his family's property outside of Aix-en-Provence., Overall: 28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in. (73 x 60 cm)

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Reclining Nude Femme nue couchA©e

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Reclining Nude (Femme nue couchee), Pierre-Auguste Renoir, c. 1910, Oil on canvas, Renoir painted the nude figure obsessively, especially during the later decades of his career when he had turned away from impressionism. Here, as in so many of his canvases, Renoir idealizes the figure, depicting gently curving contours and unblemished skin. Her body is turned toward the viewer so as to supply uninterrupted visual pleasure. Cradled by the landscape, she comes across not so much as a real person but as a fantasy of woman and nature in perfect harmony., Overall: 26 1/2 x 61 1/4 in. (67.3 x 155.6 cm)

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Featured Print

Paul CA©zanne Trees Road Arbres et route c. 1890

Paul Cezanne: Trees and Road (Arbres et route), Paul Cezanne, c. 1890, Oil on canvas, Rather than depicting a recognizable site or a spectacular view, as had been the tradition in French landscape painting, Cezanne focuses on an ordinary tree next to a road. Trees appear frequently in his work, sometimes as framing devices for a view into the distance, but more often as the main subject. Here, scraggly branches reach across the canvas as distant foliage is abstracted into a screen of broad, flat marks. Cezanne probably painted this scene on or near his family's property outside of Aix-en-Provence., Overall: 28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in. (73 x 60 cm)

© Copyright Artokoloro Quint Lox