Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne was a French impressionist painter, precursor of cubism and lover of the Sainte Victoire mountain.
Less readable than Monet or Renoir, Paul Cézanne's taste for repetition, his search for a painting freed from the line of the drawing, his pictorial capacity to recut space (which prefigured cubism) made his work more difficult to decipher, but probably also denser.
It should be noted that his still lifes are one of the most remarkable expressions of his painting.

Year of birth : 1839
Year of death : 1906
Nationality : France
Pictorial movement : Impressionnisme ; Postimpressionnisme
Famous works : La Montagne Sainte-Victoire