Paul Cézanne - Photography

Cézanne associated with the Impressionists, but always had other aims. He said that his ambition was to 'make of Impressionism something solid and durable like the art of museums'. Cézanne's work was discovered by the Paris avant-garde during the 1890s. It had a significant influence on Picasso and the development of 20th-century art.

1861 Paul Cezanne 1868-1872 The artist Paul Cezanne Paul Cezanne 1870s Cezanne and Pissarro, Rue de l'Hermitage 54 at Pontoise 1873
Paul Cezanne
1861
The artist Paul Cezanne
1868-1872
Paul Cezanne 1870s Cezanne and Pissarro,
Rue de l'Hermitage 54
at Pontoise
1873
1874 Paul Cezanne & Camille Pissarro in Auvers Historic photo of Pissarro and Cezanne at Pontoise 1874-1877 Paul Cezanne 1877 Paul Cezanne, Pontoise 1877
Paul Cezanne & Camille Pissarro
in Auvers 1874
Historic photo of
Pissarro and Cezanne
at Pontoise
1874-1877
Paul Cezanne
1877
Paul Cezanne, Pontoise
1877
Paul Cezanne 1890s Paul Cezanne 1890s Paul Cezanne at Les Lauves. Photograph by Emile Bernard 1904 Paul Cezanne at Les Lauves. 1906
Paul Cezanne
1890s
Paul Cezanne
1890s
Paul Cezanne at Les Lauves.
Photograph by Emile Bernard
1904
Paul Cezanne at Les Lauves.
1906
Paul Cezanne painting, Photograph by Ker-Xavier Roussel 1906 Paul Cezanne, Photograph by Ker-Xavier Roussel 1906 Cezanne’s studio at Les Lauves Cezanne's Studio in Aix-En-Provence
Paul Cezanne painting,
Photograph by
Ker-Xavier Roussel
1906
Paul Cezanne,
Photograph by
Ker-Xavier Roussel
1906
Cezanne’s studio
at Les Lauves
Cezanne's Studio
in Aix-En-Provence
Couleuvre at Pontoise Couleuvre at Pontoise Couleuvre at Pontoise Studio of Cezanne at Aix en Provence
Couleuvre at
Pontoise
Couleuvre at
Pontoise
Couleuvre at
Pontoise
Studio of Cezanne
at Aix en Provence