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“The guide book said the one thing you shouldn't miss in Aix was the view from Cezanne's atelier.”
“Using color in "patch-like juxtapositions, derived from Cezanne's color modulations," her painting "Exploding Cherry Tree" achieves an exuberance tempered by a net-like interlace of dark strokes.”
“When I was in Aix I went to Cezanne's studio, which I recommend.”
“Today marks the 172nd anniversary of Cezanne's birth.”
“Cezanne's work captures a cluttered table, something we wouldn't take time to notice, but by rendering it in oil, he makes time hold its breath.”
“Aix is a wonderful walking/shopping town, terrific produce/market and flea town, Musee Granet, the fountains (in particular Les Quatre Dauphins), different neighborhoods (arrondissements), Cezanne's town!”
“Only been to Aix for one day and was happy to visit Cezanne's well-preserved house.”
“When I was in Aix I went to Cezanne's studio, which I recommend .”
“Michael Fontana says: My work has appeared in a variety of publications, print and virtual, including Cezanne's Carrot, SamizDada, and others.”
“For example, Cezanne's Rideau, Cruchon et Compotier, 1894, was sold at auction for $60. 5m (Sotheby's New York 1999), but the deal was never completed, and the still-life was later resold for "significantly less" to Steve Wynn.”
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