Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the birthday of the “Father of Modern Art,” Paul Cezanne.
Cézanne was a highly influential figure in 20th century art, a pioneer in the Post-Impressionist movement and inspiration for the Cubist movement.
Masterpieces from Paris: Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne and Beyond at the National Gallery of Australia features 112 of some of the best-known works of modern art from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.
Today’s artist birthdays.
Cézanne – Picasso – Mondrian will reveal in spectacular fashion how advances in painting suddenly gathered pace around 1900.
Visitors to the Everson Museum of Art experience a brush with greatness with the exhibition Turner to Cezanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales.
The Montclair Art Museum (MAM) presents Cézanne and American Modernism, the first exhibition to examine fully the influence of Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) upon modern American artists from 1907 to 1930.
Cézanne to Picasso: Paintings from the David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection is an intimate installation that highlights a group of nine exceptional early modern European paintings that have been promised over the years to The Museum of Modern Art by David and Peggy Rockefeller.
Paul Cézanne famously wrote: “Don’t be an art critic, but paint, there lies salvation.” The radical Post-Impressionist imparted these words decades before modern psychology, mental welfare, and stress management were topics of conversation, let alone modes of scientific inquiry. Yet Cézanne’s romantic intuition aligns with a practice scientists recognize today: art therapy. Art has the […]