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French 19th c Painting: A-D
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Head of a Young Girl.
19th c French Post-Impressionist Graphic Arts
(Aix-en-Provence, 1839 - 1906)
Ink on paper
Institute for Aesthetic Development. Brentwood CA.
This was Paul Cezanne’s first etching and is considered one of his best. At this time he was working in an intense form of highly emotional Realism before developing his more famous Post-Impressionist style in the 1880s. This print was made under the guidance of Dr. Gachet who also taught etching to van Gogh.
CEZANNE Paul | Head of a Young Girl. | 1873 | French | Post-Impressionist | glob0059 | ©CSU East Bay Art Gallery. Phil Ringler Photographer.
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