Paul Cezanne

Paul Cezanne (1839-1908) began his Parisian art studies in 1861 after refusing to study law as his father wished. However, he failed the entrance exam for the School of Fine Arts, and had to return home and work for his father, painting in his spare time, until he came back to Paris where he met and worked with Manet, Renoir, and Degas. Between 1864 and 1890, Cezanne lived in or near Paris, but diabetes forced his retirement to Aix. His paintings were little regarded until late in his life, but by the time of his death he had begun to sell works to both private and public collections. Cezanne is now recognised as one of the most influential post-impressionist masters.
Blue Vase *Sale* by Paul Cezanne

Blue Vase *Sale* by Paul Cezanne

NZ$20.00

Field at Jas de Bouffan *Sale* by Paul  Cezanne

Field at Jas de Bouffan *Sale* by Paul Cezanne

NZ$20.00

Still Life *Sale* by Paul Cezanne

Still Life *Sale* by Paul Cezanne

NZ$20.00

Flowers & Pears *sale* by Paul  Cezanne

Flowers & Pears *sale* by Paul Cezanne

NZ$20.00

The Brook by Paul Cezanne

The Brook by Paul Cezanne

NZ$45.00

The Card Players by Paul Cezanne

The Card Players by Paul Cezanne

NZ$49.95

Mont Ste. Victoire by Paul Cezanne

Mont Ste. Victoire by Paul Cezanne

NZ$45.00

Madame Cezanne by Paul Cezanne

Madame Cezanne by Paul Cezanne

NZ$45.00

House at Aix by Paul Cezanne

House at Aix by Paul Cezanne

NZ$45.00