Published in association with Luxembourg + Co. on the occasion of their 2019 exhibition Reconstructing Cezanne, this catalogue features in-depth analyses of Cezanne's works on paper by Fabienne Ruppen, based on DNA examination of the papers he used for his watercolours and drawings, as well as extensive commentary on new horizons in Cezanne scholarship by expert Walter Feilchenfeldt, co-author of the artist's online catalogue raisonne.
At the core of this exploration are two watercolours that Cezanne produced from a large sheet of paper, which he divided into two sections for the purpose of capturing different landscapes: the Courtauld Gallery's renowned La Montagne Sainte-Victoire, from 1885-87, and a Paysage Provencal in private ownership. Reconstructing Cezanne reunites these two works for the first time.
This publication follows the decision of the Societe Paul Cezanne and the family of the artist to spell the artist's name without an acute accent.
Number of pages: 80
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 270 x 225 mm
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