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  • 1. Cezanne’s Apples “I will astonish Paris with an apple!” -Paul Cezanne
  • 2. Paul Cezanne (1829-1906) lived in France. From the time he was little, he wanted to be a painter, but his father insisted that he become a lawyer instead. So he tried. But it didn’t stick. He was an artist – and good thing he kept at it, because some people (like Picasso!) have called him the father of modern art. He painted lots of paintings of mountains and people and … hundreds of apples! He looked at the fruit in new ways, and tried to paint them as shapes (circles, squares, spheres, rectangles) – instead of just tasty treats. Notice how his fruit isn’t just all one color…