Cï¿½zanne's Composition Analysis of His Form with Diagrams and Photographs of His Motifs
Edition: 4th 2006 (Revised)
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Description: This book had its provenance in the late 1920s, when Erle Loran, then a young artist who wanted to fathom the mysteries of Ceacute;zanne's structural form, took up residence in the master's studio in Aix-en-Provence. For several years he lived there and painted, and when he came across familiar motifs in the countryside, he took snapshots of the setting. These photographs assisted Loran in his analysis of Ceacute;zanne's composition and served as the basis for this book, which analyzes over 30 of Ceacute;zanne's paintings. This new edition brings Loran's milestone study up-to-date with a new foreword by art historian Richard Shiff, who places Loran's work into today's art historical context.
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List price: $47.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 4/25/2006
Size: 9.50" wide x 12.25" long x 0.50" tall
|Preface to the Third Edition|
|Preface to the Second Edition|
|Cezanne as Theorist and Artist|
|An Illustrated Glossary|
|How Cezanne Organized a Picture|
|Cezanne's Materials and Method|
|Introductory Analysis of a Still Life [Plate I]|
|Problems of Perspective [Plates II-IX]|
|The Problem of Scale and the Control of Volume and Space [Plates X-XIII]|
|Distortion through the Shifting of Eye Levels [Plates XIV and XV]|
|The Problem of Distortion through Tipping Axes [Plates XVI and XVII]|
|Distortion in Drawing [Plates XVIII-XXI]|
|Aerial Perspective [Plates XXII-XXIX]|
|Realism and Abstraction [Plates XXX-XXXIV]|
|Further Comparisons [Plates XXXV-XXXIX]|