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Realizing One’s Sensations

this portrait of Hortense Fiquetthe future wife of Paul Cézanne (French, 1839–1906)—marks a critical period in the artist’s progress. Previously, Cézanne had painted with a youthful, dark palette. Then, under the influence of Camille Pissarro, he flirted with Impressionism, which he sought to fuse with a solid classical ideal. His pictorial solution bore little resemblance to, Bouguereau ruled the Paris Salon.

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