Zoom The Basket of Apples Paul Cézanne ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Basket of Apples Paul Cézanne ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Basket of Apples Paul Cézanne ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction

The Basket of Apples

This painting is most notable for the disjunction of perspective, as if the two sides of the painting were completed using two different points of view. The right side of the table is not in the same plane as the left side of the table, which was a stylized method used by Cézanne to incorporate the differences in perspective in an Impressionist still life. It was this technique that helped bridge the gap between Impressionists and Cubism, which used different perspectives and angles to represent subjects. As such, this still life is an example of how Cézanne tried to deal with the complexities of visual perception.


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Paul Cézanne

Considered one of the fathers of modern art, Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) was a pioneer. Landscape painter, an ephemeral member of the Impressionist adventure, he revolutionized painting by returning to the laws of geometrization and the search for a balance between shapes and colors. The abolition of this border was then daring in France, where supporters of the line and those of color have always opposed it. For Cézanne, nature is a whole that must be captured in its truth, without hierarchy. Although he was a loner, the rediscovery of his work in 1907 greatly influenced young painters, especially cubists such as Picasso and Braque.

Original artwork details

Current location: The Art Institute of Chicago

Original size: 25.6 x 31.5 in (65 x 80 cm)

Date created: 1894

Art movement: Impressionism

Painting and Framing

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Stretching & Framing

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Rolled canvas

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