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The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne
The Card Players - Paul Cézanne

The Card Players - Paul Cézanne

In the 1890s, at the height of his career, Paul Cézanne produced a series of paintings based on the game. The artist, by reducing the features and details, seeks only to keep the essential: the gravity of the confrontation between these two characters. This work is like suspended in time.

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In the 1890s, at the height of his career, Paul Cézanne produced a series of paintings based on the game. The artist, by reducing the features and details, seeks only to keep the essential: the gravity of the confrontation between these two characters. This work is like suspended in time.

The artist

Born in Aix-en-Provence, Paul Cézanne (1839 - 1906) showed his interest in art at a very young age but was opposed by his father. Determined, he went to Paris in 1861 and attended the Académie Suisse where he met Guillaumin and Pissarro. His life would be confronted with a long series of failures: he was rejected at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, rejected from the Official Salon in 1863 and the following years, despite the support of his impressionist friends (Renoir, Monet and Manet). Successfully exhibiting his works at the first and third Impressionist Exhibition in 1874 and 1876 where they received harsh criticism, he abandoned his Parisian dream and retired to the south of France, to his native region. It was not until 1895 that a young art dealer, Amboise Vollard, exhibited 150 of his paintings, the beginning of Cézanne's growing recognition.
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