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Paul Cézanne - The 1907 Paris Exhibition

Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) 

When the greatest painter of the nineteenth century and one of the most important poets of the twentieth century met at the dawn of modernism.
October 1907. An exhibition was held in honour of the French painter Paul Cézanne, who had died a year earlier, as part of the Salon d’Automne in Paris.
The Austrian poet and novelist Rainer Maria Rilke was then aged thirty-two and living in Paris, where he worked as the secretary of sculptor Auguste Rodin. He visited the exhibition several times and gave his impressions in a series of letters written to his wife, the sculptress Clara Rilke Westhoff, in which he revealed the profound emotional impact that Cézanne’s art had on him. These letters are among the most important accounts of the reception given to Cézanne’s works shortly after his death and contain astonishing remarks on their artistic qualities. From a stylistic viewpoint, however, Rilke’s reflections go far beyond those of simple art criticism.
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Emne Impressionisme
Kunstner Paul Cézanne
Forfatter Rainer Maria Rielke;
Sprog Engelsk
Illustrationer 69 farveill.
Format / Sideantal 19 x 23 cm. / 200 s.
Udgivelsesår 2018
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Schirmer/Mosel
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9783829608473
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Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) 

When the greatest painter of the nineteenth century and one of the most important poets of the twentieth century met at the dawn of modernism.
October 1907. An exhibition was held in honour of the French painter Paul Cézanne, who had died a year earlier, as part of the Salon d’Automne in Paris.
The Austrian poet and novelist Rainer Maria Rilke was then aged thirty-two and living in Paris, where he worked as the secretary of sculptor Auguste Rodin. He visited the exhibition several times and gave his impressions in a series of letters written to his wife, the sculptress Clara Rilke Westhoff, in which he revealed the profound emotional impact that Cézanne’s art had on him. These letters are among the most important accounts of the reception given to Cézanne’s works shortly after his death and contain astonishing remarks on their artistic qualities. From a stylistic viewpoint, however, Rilke’s reflections go far beyond those of simple art criticism.