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Paul Cezanne. January 19, 1839 – October 22, 1906.

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paul cezanne

Paul Cezanne

January 19, 1839

October 22, 1906


Paul Cezanne was born in ___________ on Jan. 19, 1839. His father was a successful _________and wanted his son to follow in his footsteps. Paul attended Law school in his early 20’s. During that time, Paul took _____________ classes wherehis love for art began.

  • Self-portrait of Paul Cezanne






Paul decided to move to Paris and enrolled in an _____ school. He soon discovered that he was not as technically skilled in drawing as the other students. He stuck with it however, and found other successful artists that helped him develop his techniques. He perfected his techniques by painting “Montagne Sainte Victoire” many times over the earlier parts of his life.

paul cezanne became a leading artist during the movement
Paul Cezanne became a leading artist during the ___________________ movement.


  • Developed in the late 19th early 20th century by French Artists. (Monet, Renior, Degas, Cezanne, ect)
  • Impressionism: A style of painting that attempts to capture the rapidly changing effects of sunlight on objects.
  • Cezanne’s technique, slightly different from other Impressionist artists, consisted of larger sections of unmixed colors, leaving a rougher, choppier look.



Cezanne devoted himself to painting _____________, _________, and portraits. A Still Life is a gathering of __________________ to form a ______________. Cezanne painted over 200 still lifes, giving force and significance to simple everyday objects.

ordinary objects


  • Using a viewfinder, look around the still life to find an interesting composition that includes 4-6 objects that you would like to draw.
  • Create a thumbnail sketch of your objects in your sketchbook.
  • Move around the still life and create a minimum of three additional thumbnail drawings to determine your final spot in the classroom.
  • Decide on the one composition you enjoy most and begin drawing the objects on the larger paper provided.
  • Using soft pastel, blend and match the values of the objects and shade them accurately. You are allowed to use colored charcoal paper.
  • Clean up smudges and spray-fix your work.