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Paul Cézanne was the most renowned French artist of the Post-Impressionist period. Toward the end of his life, he was highly admired for insisting that painting stay close to its material, almost sculptural roots. Cézanne, who is also called the "Master of Aix" after the place where his ancestors lived in the south of France, is said to have set the stage for both the visual and intellectual growth of modernism in the 20th century. In hindsight, his work is the strongest and most important link between the ephemeral parts of Impressionism and the more realistic Fauvism, Cubism, Expressionism, and even full abstraction.
Cézanne didn't agree with the idea of the Impressionists that painting is mostly a reflection of what people see, so he tried to make his art into a new kind of analytical science. In his hands, the canvas becomes a screen where the artist's feelings about what he sees are recorded as he looks at a subject deeply and often over and over again.
Cézanne put his colors on the canvas with a number of small, deliberate brushstrokes, as if he were "building" a picture instead of "painting" it. So, his work stays true to an underlying architectural ideal: every part of the painting should help keep the whole thing strong.
Even a simple apple could look like a piece of sculpture in Cézanne's adult paintings. It's as if each object in a still life, landscape, or picture had been looked at from more than one angle and then put back together by the artist so that it wasn't just a copy but what Cézanne called "a harmony parallel to nature." Because of how scientific and time-based Cézanne's work was, the future Cubists saw him as their true teacher.