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eBook Cezanne's Early Imagery ePub

by Mary Tompkins Lewis

  • ISBN: 0520065611
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Mary Tompkins Lewis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press (March 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 300
  • ePub book: 1313 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1923 kb
  • Other: lrf doc docx lit
  • Rating: 4.5
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Cezanne's Early Imagery book. Mary Tompkins Lewis here assesses Cézanne's first works as a whole, with particular emphasis on the subject paintings, and finds them to be stylistically and iconographically coherent

Cezanne's Early Imagery book. The turbulent and problematic work of Paul Cézanne's first decade. Mary Tompkins Lewis here assesses Cézanne's first works as a whole, with particular emphasis on the subject paintings, and finds them to be stylistically and iconographically coherent. Lewis views the body of early work not as rudimentary efforts giving unschooled shape to the artist's emotions, but as informed and complex reworkings of traditional subjects, styles, and techniques, suffused with the defiant imagination of a burgeoning master.

Cezanne's Early Imagery.

Mary Tompkins Lewis here assesses Czanne's first works as a whole, with particular emphasis on the subject paintings, and finds them to be stylistically and iconographically coherent. The turbulent and problematic work of Paul Czanne's first decade as a painter has long been overshadowed by his legendary early history.

The turbulent and problematic work of Paul Cezanne's first decade as a painter has long been overshadowed by his legendary early history. The persona of a brash and intense Romantic that Cezanne created for himself contributed to critical dismissal of his early work as the chaotic and emotional outpouring of an unbridled imagination

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Subsequent scholarship, both formalist and psychoanalytical in orientation, has tended to sustain this view, with the result that a unique and powerful body of work has seemed but the murky glimmering before Cézanne's introduction to Impressionism in 1872.

With his distinctive paintings of landscapes, figures and still lifes, Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) profoundly influenced the Cubists and the direction of twentieth-century art in general.

Mary Tompkins Lewis is an art historian, critic, and visiting associate professor of fine arts at Trinity College, Hartford. Her books include Cézanne: Art and Ideas and Cézanne’s Early Imagery. Are you sure you want to remove Mary Tompkins Lewis from your list?

Cezanne's Early Imagery. Cézanne's early imagery. Critical readings in Impressionism and post-Impressionism.

The turbulent and problematic work of Paul Cézanne's first decade as a painter has long been overshadowed by his legendary early history. The persona of a brash and intense Romantic that Cézanne created for himself contributed to critical dismissal of his early work as the chaotic and emotional outpouring of an unbridled imagination. Subsequent scholarship, both formalist and psychoanalytical in orientation, has tended to sustain this view, with the result that a unique and powerful body of work has seemed but the murky glimmering before Cézanne's introduction to Impressionism in 1872.Mary Tompkins Lewis here assesses Cézanne's first works as a whole, with particular emphasis on the subject paintings, and finds them to be stylistically and iconographically coherent. Lewis views the body of early work not as rudimentary efforts giving unschooled shape to the artist's emotions, but as informed and complex reworkings of traditional subjects, styles, and techniques, suffused with the defiant imagination of a burgeoning master.