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Cezanne: Three Colours Cezanne (1996)
Starring: Cezanne
Director: Janice Sutherland
Category: Special Interest, Documentary
Studio: Image Ent.
56 mins



Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) is widely acknowledged to be the "father" of Modern Art.He was initially associated with the Impressionists, but his innovations in representing the natural world laid the foundations for the art of the twentieth century, paving the way for cubism and abstraction.Often described as a painter's painter, he was largely ignored or abused by critics and the public during his lifetime.

Three Colours Cezanne analyzes the radical nature of his painting, tracing its origins in the art of the nineteenth century and the work of the Old Masters.This film examines many of Cezanne's works in detail and draws on the observations of a wide range of historians, commentators, critics and artists.Location filming in and around Cezanne's hometown of Aix-en-Provence, and archival photographs are also used to illustrate this fascinating study of the painter's life and work.