[ US /ˌsɛˈzæn/ ]
  1. French Post-impressionist painter who influenced modern art (especially cubism) by stressing the structural components latent in nature (1839-1906)
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  • Was it Matisse or Cezanne who, aged and infirm, incapable of clutching a brush, demanded that one be tied to his hand so as to continue his work?
  • Also featured are Caravaggio's Nativity with San Lorenzo and San Francisco, Cezanne's View of Auvers-sur-Oise and Da Vinci's Madonna of the Yarnwinder.
  • Director Carmen Jakobi produced some wonderfully fresh ideas, including an excellent freeze-frame tableau from Sampiero and Domenico, engrossed in their gambling like a living embodiment of Cézanne's The Card Players, while the contemporary music ensemble Lontano played with needle-sharp precision under the decisively assured direction of Odaline de la Martinez. Così fan tutte; Dream Hunter; Commotio; Stephen Hough, LPO/Alsop – review
  • Using color in "patch-like juxtapositions, derived from Cezanne's color modulations," her painting "Exploding Cherry Tree" achieves an exuberance tempered by a net-like interlace of dark strokes. John Seed: Mari Lyons: Every Object Rightly Seen
  • One new tendency -- that which insists more passionately than ever on order and organization -- merely continues the impetus given by Cézanne and received by all his followers; but another, more vague, towards something which I had rather call humanism than humanity, does imply, I think, a definite breach with Cubism and the tenets of the austerer doctrinaires. Since Cézanne
  • Johnson offers only grudging admiration for Cezanne, and he flirts with the idea that Picasso was a charlatan.
  • As Cezanne country whizzes past on the way home, I settle in and start to dream, colours blurring in the warmth of the mid-afternoon champagne whoosh.
  • Bloomsbury said that Cezanne is a great painter.
  • The simplicity and strength of design of his compositions reflect his lasting admiration for Cézanne, but their cool, chalky colours are distinctive.
  • The paintings of Paul Cezanne prefigured the rise of cubism in the early 20th century.
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