Titolo: Paul Cezanne (Art Profiles for Kids)
Casa editrice: Mitchell Lane Publishers
Data di pubblicazione: 2007
Legatura: No Binding
Condizione libro: New
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Riassunto: Paul Cézanne is considered the father of modern art, but his road to artistic immortality was paved with professional obstacles and self-doubt. Born to a wealthy family, Cézanne turned his back on his father s banking business and moved to Paris to pursue a career as an artist. The rigid style of traditional painting did not interest him. He believed all the rules prevented artists from fully expressing themselves. Rather than conform, he fell in with a group of maverick artists known as the Impressionists. What set Cézanne apart was his use of color and light. He also took his canvases outside to paint in natural light. Cézanne worked in anonymity for most of his life, struggling with critical rejection, destroyed friendships, and isolation. It wasn t until after his death that he earned the recognition that had eluded him in life.
L'autore: Kathleen Tracy has been a journalist for over twenty years. Her writing has been featured in magazines including The Toronto Star s Star Week, A&E Biography magazine, KidScreen and Variety. She is also the author of numerous biographies and other nonfiction books, including Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, William Hewlett: Pioneer of the Computer Age, The Watergate Scandal, The Life and Times of Cicero, Mariah Carey, Kelly Clarkson, and The Plymouth Colony: The Pilgrims Settle in New England for Mitchell Lane Publishers. She divides her time between homes in Studio City and Palm Springs, California.
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