Table, Napkin and Fruit

Paul Cézanne (1839-1906): Table, Napkin and Fruit (c.1900)
After studying Cézanne formulated his own semi-sculptural approach to still lifes… Typically strewn across an upturned tabletop, Cézanne’s pears, peaches, and other pictorial elements seem at once to rest on a solid, wooden plank and yet float across the surface of the canvas like a new kind of calligraphy…

Paul Cezanne Table, Napkin and Fruit (c.1900)

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