The first monographic show in Spain in 30 years about the master from Aix. The Thyssen Museum is dedicating an extensive show to Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), one of the key artists of the second half of the 19th century, in what will be the first major exhibition about the painter in decades. Curated by Guillermo Solana, the museum's artistic director, the show focuses on landscapes and still lifes, the two main genres in the French painter's oeuvre. Cézanne is regarded as a master of masters, an artist who lived with Impressionists and even shared exhibitions with them, while maintaining a unique creative approach. Like the Impressionists, Cézanne painted en plein air, but his landscapes do not adhere to any one particular season or time of day. Likewise, Cézanne's still lifes break away from the traditional perspective of objects and are shown in various planes of composition, resulting in a precarious equilibrium. In this regard, Cézanne is a clear precursor to the Cubists and his work is regarded as a bridge between Impressionism and Cubism. More information Exhibition Cézanne

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