Still Life With Apples by Paul Cezanne

Still Life With Apples by Paul Cezanne

In his work Paul Cezanne paid much attention to this genre as a still life. Especially I loved the master to carry on his canvases fruit. He clearly thinks the paintings composition, each of the objects defining the proper place. Most other fruits Cezanne liked to paint apples because of their beauty and variety of colors.

“Still life with apples”, written in 1890, affects the wealth of colors, interior simplicity and versatility at the same time everyday things. The compositional center of the web takes a white plate with apples.

These fruits are ideal: they are bright red, liquid, ripe, smooth and of the same shape. It is evident that the apples ripened under the warm and flooded with sunlight. The forefront of the web take a few more fruits: two green apples and bright lemon yellow. Cezanne masterfully finds a place fruit in the picture, his strokes are simple and accurate.

Background fabric unprepossessing, does not distract from the main content of the picture. Fruits are brownish-gray on the table. The background is a blank wall smooth pastel tone. The sense of depth when you look at the picture contrast is achieved bright appetizing fruits prescribed color saturation, tone and nondescript.

Cezanne made significant genre of still life art, not a second-rate as it was before. He set himself a difficult goal – to overwhelm the whole of Paris simple apples. And he succeeded, because its fruits were told that they would like not to eat or clean, and copy.

“Still life with apples” so beautiful thanks to the “perfect formula” Cezanne, whom he found alone. To master the color and shape were an indivisible whole, he developed his own style and manner of fruits writings. This wizard, being a masterpiece, has led many viewers to look into it more closely.

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