Volledige titel: The hidden Cézanne. From Sketchbook to Canvas
Like many artists, Paul Cézanne started his great paintings by sketching his ideas on paper. This book offers fascinating insights into the creative process of a true master.
This book recreates some of Cézanne's sketchbooks as it delves into the Kunstmuseum Basel's collection of drawings by Cézanne-the most comprehensive and significant collection of the artist's drawings in the world. Rarely presented in exhibitions, these works introduce readers to the nucleus of the artists creative thinking, allowing us to observe his everyday practice as a draftsman. Scenes of violence appear side by side with portrait sketches; copies after Eugène Delacroix or ancient sculptures alternate with landscapes and bathers. Repeated studies varying only slightly in perspective and angle help us understand how Cézanne strove to find the right approach to his subject. Featuring his drawings as well as his great paintings and accompanied by a series of essays that explore how he used his sketchbooks as preparation for landscapes, portraits and still-lifes.
Over de auteurs:
Oskar Bätschmann is a Swiss art history educator and a a former Professor of Art History at the University of Bern, Switzerland. Dr. Anita Haldemann is head of the Kupferstichkabinett at the Kunstmuseum Basel. Richard Shiff works at The University of Texas at Austin, where he directs the Center for the Study of Modernism. Matthew Simms is Professor of Art History at California State University, Long Beach.
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