The banks of the Marne at Creteil
Medium: oil on canvas
Location: Pushkin Museum, Moskva, Rusko
Dimensions: 71 x 90
Like a number of other paintings from around the River Marne, which Cézanne
created around 1888, and there his admirers and critics presents a very clear and convincing rendition of water, which reaches mirror image of the shore of the tranquil surface. On canvas works primarily with greenish-blue color, the tone darkens a bit to try to capture the depth of the river. Color vybočujícím total building is small in the central zone on the right image. There are contrasting Cézanne
applied red roofs and generally lighter shades facade.
Cézanne painted picture The banks of the Marne at Creteil in 1888. Prevailing color of this fine art print is green and its shape is landscape. Original size is 71 x 90. This art piece is located in Pushkin Museum, Moskva, Rusko. This image is printed on demand - you can choose material, size and finishing.Paul Cézanne (1839-1906).
painter whose work laid the foundations for the connection between the concept of 19th century paintings and the more radical 20th century ( especially Kubism
). Picasso and Mattise even said that Cézanne is ‘the father of us all’. Cézanne used bright colours and small and delicate brush strokes. Here, you can find most of his later works - mostly studies and still lifes. Cézanne was interested in the simplification of natural forms to their geometric essence. He focused on perspective so that he would provoke a new aesthetic experience in the audience.