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    • The Father of Modern Art. Chapter Eight. Lesson 2 of 4.
    • Reading p 170
      • Only when Paul graduated did he begin to take an uncertain interest in art, while his father urged him to study law.
      • “ With money, you can eat,” he told Paul. “With genius you die.”
    • Reading p 170
      • Paul tried to obey his father and began studying law. However, he joined an art class in the evening to see if he was really interested in art. As the weeks passed, he became more and more interested in art and spent less and less time on the law.
    • Reading p 170
      • Finally, his father gave up. In November, 1862, he promised Paul a small monthly allowance and let him go to Paris.
      • For the next ten years Paul stubbornly worked at his craft.
    • Reading p 170
      • Each year he entered one of his paintings in the Academy of Fine Arts’ Annual Exhibition.
      • However, each year his painting was rejected.
    • Comprehension Questions.
      • When did Cezanne begin to take an interest in art?
      • He began to take an uncertain interest in art after graduating from High school, but he took a deeper interest in art when he was studying Law.
    • Comprehension Questions.
      • 2) What did Cezanne’s father urge him to study?
      • Cezanne’s father urged him to study Law.
    • Please turn to page 174
      • C) With money you can eat. With genius, you die.
      • Which of the following three sentences has a similar meaning to the statement above?
      • Literature is the art of words.
      • Art is long, but life is short.
      • An artist’s life is difficult.
    • Please turn to page 174
      • E) At first, Cezanne was not sure whether he was interested in painting. (Please complete the sentence below)
      • However, he
      joined an art class in the evening to see if he was really interested in art.
    • Words and Expressions p170
      • Genius: “With genius you die.”
      • Genius: A very smart person.
    • Words and Expressions p170
      • Stubbornly: “For the next ten years Paul stubbornly worked at his craft.”
      • Stubbornly: (adv) Someone who is hard to change. (See also Obstinate)
    • “ He/she is as stubborn as a mule”
    • Expressions p170
      • Take an interest in: “Only when Paul graduated did he begin to take an uncertain interest in art.”
      • Take an interest in: Something you would like to do. Maybe it will become your hobby.
      • What are you interested in?
    • The End!