Hardback 512pp Illustrated 230x175mm
9780307377074   Product Code: 20343
Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) was the most radical artist of his day, the bridge between the Impressionists and the Modernists of the 20th century. Long dismissed as a madman, he did not have his first exhibition until he was 56. This first major assessment to be published in decades charts his fierce struggle for recognition, his self-doubt, and his controversial private life. The 86 colour and 53 black and white illustrations include a remarkable and revealing series of self-portraits. Felt tip mark on lower trimmed edge.