Cezanne’s Provence – A long journey to abstraction

Cezanne, like so many artists, made it a daily effort to find his ultimate means of expression with each new work. As Barbara Ireland of the New York Times demonstrates, Cezanne’s abstract interpretations of his Provence countryside share a glimps to the passion that kept Paul returning to the same theme in a pursuit for the “right” and his ultimate form of expression.

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