Cézanne - Bernard Fauconnier
A childhood friend of Émile Zola, a thwarted provincial bourgeois, a long misunderstood artist, a stubborn and frankly hot-headed genius, Cézanne, in the twilight of his life, confessed one day that he dreamed of "dying while painting", which he almost succeeded in doing, the victim of a pulmonary congestion on the roads of Aix-en-Provence, in front of his easel, just a hundred years ago...
- Publication year
- 11 x 18
- Exhibitions, Icons of Modern Art, The Morozov Collection