Pictures of
Paul CÚzanne

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Artists portrait of Paul CÚzanne

Paul CÚzanne

  • Born: 19. January 1839 in Aix-en-Provence
  • Died: 22. October 1906

Key figure of the post-impressionist movement

Paul CÚzanne was born in Aix-en-Provence, France, on January 19, 1839. He came from a wealthy family and showed an early interest and talent for art. Although his father would have preferred him to become a lawyer, his mother supported his artistic endeavors.

CÚzanne initially studied law at the University of Aix-Marseille, but soon abandoned his studies to devote himself entirely to painting. In 1861, he moved to Paris and enrolled at the ╔cole des Beaux-Arts, where he learned various artistic techniques and developed his skills.

CÚzanne was a key figure in the Post-Impressionist movement and is considered a bridge between Impressionism and 20th century modern art. His style was of great importance in the development of Cubism and Abstract Expressionism.

CÚzanne's painting style was characterized by an innovative approach to form and perspective. He broke with the traditional rules of academic art and developed a new way of seeing and representing space and light. He placed great emphasis on the composition of his works, experimenting with geometric shapes and color harmonies.

CÚzanne was also known for his series of paintings in which he depicted the same subject from different angles to capture the complexity of perception. This series of paintings, especially his famous Montagne Sainte-Victoire paintings, had a great influence on the following generation of artists.

Although CÚzanne had limited commercial success during his lifetime and his works were often rejected by critics, he was recognized after his death as one of the most important artists of the 19th century. His innovative style and influence on modern art gained increasing recognition.

Paul CÚzanne died on October 22, 1906, in Aix-en-Provence. His artistic legacy had a major impact on 20th-century art, and his works are now exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries around the world.


To our knowledge the art works on this page were created in the years from 1870 to 1904.
Paul CÚzanne uses for the pictures shown here mostly the technique: Huile sur toile.
The pictures are predominantly assigned to the art direction Impressionism.
Paul CÚzanne was mainly concerned with the following motives: Portrait.
The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors gray, black and green.
5 works of the artist Paul CÚzanne can be found here: Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France.

Stretcher on canvas

Our canvas prints are handmade in our own workshop. Either the canvas print or the art print laminated on a canvas is stretched onto a quality keyless frame. Perfectly wedged and provided with a suspension, the canvas image can be hung directly. Optionally, we also offer each canvas picture framed, i.e. with floater frame. ╗Stilllife with Cupidź of Paul CÚzanne as a canvas image also beautifies your home.

Framed pictures

We frame almost every picture. You can choose from many different frames. Passepartouts are just as much a part of your choice as are various options for surface protection. So ╗The Boy in the Red Waistcoat, 1888-90ź of Paul CÚzanne becomes a highlight for your living room or bedroom.

Glass pictures

The glass pictures we offer are printed using the UV printing process. Polished edges, scratch-resistant surface, safety glass and floating suspension create a modern ambience in your home. So the glass image ╗Still Life of Peaches and Pears, 1888-90ź of Paul CÚzanne is guaranteed to impress you and every visitor.

Wall papers

Spacefull art from Paul CÚzanne. This gives ╗The Five Bathers, c.1875-77ź a whole new look. The wallpapers are printed according to your information in the latex printing process on solid fleece material.