“Cézanne became convinced that one must paint directly from nature. One result of this change in artistic philosophy was that romantic and religious subjects began to disappear from Cézanne’s canvases. Additionally, the somber, murky range of his palette began to give way to fresher, more vibrant colors.”


In the Mature Works, Cézanne viewed each subject in an analytical perspective. Every aspect of each painting had extreme dimension and was not simply just copied from memory. Cézanne called this concept”a harmony parallel to nature.”


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