Paul Cezanne

Standard Name: Cezanne, Paul
Used Form: Cézanne


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Intertextuality and Influence Gertrude Stein
GS 's studies in psychology, philosophy, and medicine fiction left a deep imprint on her way of thinking and in her work. At Radcliffe College she learned from William James his philosophy of Pragmatism: I...
Intertextuality and Influence Dora Carrington
Besides capturing the essences of her models or subjects,
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
Carrington's work includes appreciations of earlier artists, such as Goya , Renoir , and especially Cézanne , and reflects such further, varied influences as Thomas Bewick
Leisure and Society Gertrude Stein
The salon's emergence coincided with Leo Stein 's interest in collecting modern art. In 1904 Leo bought his first Cézanne painting at Vollard's Gallery . Then, in 1905, the Steins went to the Salon d'Automne...
Occupation Roger Fry
Fry travelled to Paris with Clive Bell, Desmond MacCarthy , and Lady Ottoline Morrell to select the paintings. On 6 November 1910, RF launched the Manet and the Post-Impressionists exhibition at the Grafton Gallery, which...
Textual Features Gertrude Stein
She commented that Cézanne was also a great influence on her because he conceived the idea that in composition one thing was as important as another thing.
Bridgman, Richard. Gertrude Stein in Pieces. Oxford University Press.
She used these ideas to create a...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Roger Fry
He wrote here about the Impressionists and the post-Impressionists. He went on to publish monographs on Cezanne , 1927, and Matisse , 1930.


6 November 1910: Roger Fry organised the Manet and Post-Impressionists...

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6 November 1910

Roger Fry organised the Manet and Post-Impressionists exhibition at the Grafton Galleries , which presented the art of Cézanne , Gauguin , Matisse , and Picasso to London for the first time.

December 1913: The Society of Scottish Artists exhibited...

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December 1913

The Society of Scottish Artists exhibited post-Impressionist works by Cézanne , Gauguin , Matisse and Van Gogh , as well as Duncan Grant and John Duncan Fergusson .


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