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The Basket of Apples, c. 1893

By Paul Cézanne

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51 x 41 cm [42 x 34 cm without border]
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51 x 41 cm Giclee Print
42 x 34 cm without border
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51 x 41 cm Giclee Print
42 x 34 cm without border
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Art.com has partnered with the Art Institute of Chicago to offer fine art reproductions of original works from their permanent collection. These archival prints are developed along with museum experts to ensure that they will last for generations. Each image is individually inspected and approved by the Art Institute of Chicago to be as close as possible to the original artwork. Where feasible, the artists or their estates are also involved in guiding the fidelity of the reproduction.

About the Art

A leading French Post-Impressionist, Paul Cezanne bridged the way from 19th century Impressionism to a revolutionary new world of 20th century Cubism. Both Matisse and Picasso are quoted saying Cezanne was “the father of us all.” Although his radical departures were underappreciated and even ridiculed in his time, Cezanne’s studies of visual perception, geometric simplification, and experimentation with complex fractured forms kept his style changing significantly over his lifetime. Cezanne was an eccentric, solitary enigma, often working in isolation, removed even from his own family.

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Art.com has partnered with the Art Institute of Chicago to offer fine art reproductions of original works from their permanent collection. These archival prints are developed along with museum experts to ensure that they will last for generations. Each image is individually inspected and approved by the Art Institute of Chicago to be as close as possible to the original artwork. Where feasible, the artists or their estates are also involved in guiding the fidelity of the reproduction.

About the Art

A leading French Post-Impressionist, Paul Cezanne bridged the way from 19th century Impressionism to a revolutionary new world of 20th century Cubism. Both Matisse and Picasso are quoted saying Cezanne was “the father of us all.” Although his radical departures were underappreciated and even ridiculed in his time, Cezanne’s studies of visual perception, geometric simplification, and experimentation with complex fractured forms kept his style changing significantly over his lifetime. Cezanne was an eccentric, solitary enigma, often working in isolation, removed even from his own family.

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The Basket of Apples, c. 1893

By Paul Cézanne

51 x 41 cm Giclee Print
42 x 34 cm without border
33,99 €
Ships in 1-2 days
ADD TO CART