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CEZANNE : Landscape into Art

Machotka, Pavel

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ISBN 10: 0300067011 / ISBN 13: 9780300067019
Published by Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, 1996
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Yale University Press 1996 - 157 pages - DJ in CLEAR, ARCHIVAL BRODART COVER - wonderful juxtaposition of photographs of the countryside and the painting with a clear explanation of the how and why - text divided into the following chapter headings Narration and Vision - Seeing Objects and Seeing Paintings - The Motifs : Choices and Transformations - Early Landscapes : 1866-1874 - Achievement of a Consistent Touch : 1875-1884 - Landscapes of His Maturity : 1885-1894 - Late Landscapes : 1895-1906 - Other Comparisons - Notes - Bibliography - Index - Photographic Credits - also A note on the Illustrations and Introduction : Looking at Cezanne ---- NO SIGN OF PRIOR OWNER - flawless Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 002338

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Title: CEZANNE : Landscape into Art

Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Hard Cover

Illustrator: Cezanne, Paul

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

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This book presents a new perspective on Paul Cezanne, one of the towering figures of 19th-century art. Pavel Machotka has photographed the sites of Cezanne's landscape paintings - whenever possibe from the same spot and at the same time of day that Cezanne painted the scenes. Juxtaposing these colour photographs with reproductions of the paintings, he offers a range of evidence to investigate how the painter transformed nature into works of art. Machotka, himself an artist, moves from painting to painting, examining textures and surfaces, pictorial rhythms, and inflections of tone. As he analyzes Cezanne's treatment of individual sites, their transposition into forms and colours, and the artist's responsiveness to the demands of each composition, we begin to see Cezanne as he saw himself: not as an early Cubist but as a painter who explored his motif for its compositional potential and presented a parallel and faithful conception of it. Using colour to define form, while retaining hues that are anchored in reality, Cezanne achieved reconstructions rather than intellectual depictions like those of the Cubists.

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For most of this century, artists and scholars have been amazed by the richness of Cezanne's work. Painter and photographer Machotka (psychology and art, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz) builds upon past scholarship to illuminate the individual landscape sites and their relationship to Cezanne's paintings through the use of early black-and-white photographs and new color photos that he took himself. He wants to see how Cezanne interpreted what he saw and explores the artist's interest in observing nature and creating a painting using the structure of the flat surface to draw a parallel to nature. Like Cezanne, Machotka observes and uses nature, and he stresses Cezanne's intent as an artist rather than analyzing the elements of his paintings. The 144 illustrations include photographs, color reproductions of the paintings, and full-page details showing brushstrokes, color, and texture. This book about a painter written by a painter will appeal to painters as well as students and scholars of modern art.?Ellen Bates, New York
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