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5x7 trees and Houses Miniature...
Media:  Acrylic on 140 lb watercolor paper 5x7
Genre:  Landscape
Size: 7x5 in
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Artist's Notes

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Landscape Near Aix, the Plain of the Arc River by Paul Cezanne Done for a challenge to copy the masters and then apply what you learn to a new painting. I tried to concentrate more on brush strokes, and not so much on the details. I never did match the colors or the exact landscape, but it did help me to loosen up a lot. I painted with a stiff flat brush, and held the handle far from the ferrule. That made a big difference. Of course, it is only 5x7 so my brush was still tiny. And I only paint in acrylic, so I am sure the process is very different from oils, but I did learn a lot. Paul Cézanne's Landscape Near Aix, the Plain of the Arc River, was painted between 1892 and 1895, after the final Impressionist exhibition. However, Cézanne participated in only two Impressionist exhibitions, the first in 1874 and the third in 1877. Fiercely independent, Cézanne followed his own path, seeking to turn his observations of nature into a painted structure of squarely brushed color and interlocking planes and volumes, as evidenced in Landscape Near Aix, the Plain of the Arc River. Paul Cézanne believed that painting reflected the interaction of the eye and the mind, the former taking in the image of nature and the latter translating it into color and form that suggest rather than mirror the perceptions of the surrounding world.

Auction Notes

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5x7 Acrylic on heavy watercolor paper, done for a challenge on DPW. A miniature masterpiece! After Cezanne. Landscape of trees and houses.


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