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Mont SainteVictoire Seen From Bellevue

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Mont SainteVictoire Seen From Bellevue
painting of a woman enjoying a painting by Paul Cezanne

Gerard Boersma
acrylic on panel (masonite)
8" x 8" or 20 x 20 cm
2018
free shipping

Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen From Bellevue is a landscape painting by French artist Paul Cézanne. The subject of the painting is the Montagne Sainte-Victoire in Provence in southern France.

Cézanne spent a lot of time in Aix-en-Provence at the time, and developed a special relationship with the landscape. This particular mountain, that stood out in the surrounding landscape, he could see from his house, and he painted it in on numerous occasions.

The painting shows clearly Cézanne's project of rendering order and clarity to natural scenes, without giving up the optical realism of Impressionism. Both the light and the colours of the painting give the impression of a pattern that is not imposed on nature, but is there naturally.

I create small studies like Banana in preparation for a finished piece or just as visual notes. I often use my small studies to understand the problems involved in rendering subjects and to plan the elements to be used in finished works, such as light, color, form, perspective and composition.

These small studies are exclusively available through my shop and blog. All studies are signed on the reverse.

Shipping takes about two weeks no matter where you live in the world. Price includes shipping and handling. You'll receive your painting safely packaged and ready to frame.

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kind regards, Gerard Boersma


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