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  • Il est né dans Groot-Zundert, Netherlands.Van Gogh était un dont le travail est notable pour la beauté, l'émotion et la couleurIl est connu comme un artiste célèbre de provençale parce que il a terminé majorité de ses œuvres d'art célèbres dans le sud de la France. Pour Example:Saviez-vous? Van Gogh était physique et psychologique instable, il coupa l'oreille et l'a offert à une prostituée.Cette peinture appartient à une série de quatorze vergers en fleurs que Van Gogh a peint au printemps 1888, peu de temps après son arrivée à Arles, la ville dans le sud de la France
  • Il était célèbre pour ses audacieux coups de pinceau dramatiques qui expriment l'émotion et a ajouté un sentiment de mouvement à ses œuvres. On pense qu'il a souvent utilisé la peinture directement du tube
  • Was not originally a artists he studied law in till his early 20’s then took an interest in art While visiting his artist friend Paul Signac at Saint-Tropez, a small fishing village in Provence, Matisse discovered the bright light of southern France, which contributed to a change to a much brighter palette
  • He used planes of colour and small brushstrokes that build up to form complex fields. The paintings convey Cézanne's intense study of his subjects.his mother, Anne Elisabeth HonorineAubert (24 September 1814 – 25 October 1897),[8] was "vivacious and romantic, but quick to take offence".[9] It was from her that Paul got his conception and vision of life.
  • He died a few days later, on 22 October 1906.[24] He died of pneumonia and was buried at the Saint-Pierre Cemetery in his hometown of Aix-en-Provence.[25]
  • Gauguin was later recognized for his experimental use of colors and synthetist style that were distinguishably different from Impressionism. His work was influential to the French avant-garde and many modern artists, such as Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.In 1891, Gauguin sailed to French Polynesia to escape European civilization and "everything that is artificial and conventional".[7] He wrote a book titled NoaNoa describing his experiences in Tahiti. There have been allegations by modern critics that the contents of the book were fantasized and plagiarized.[8]
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    • 1. Jessica Edwards French 281: Provence, Je T’aime
    • 2. Vincent Van Gogh Henri Matisse Paul Cézanne Paul Gauguin Pablo Picasso
    • 3. The Flowering Orchard, 1888 Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)
    • 4. Oleanders, 1888 Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)
    • 5. Vincent Van Gogh: Mas en Provence, 1888
    • 6. Luxe, calme et volupté (1904–5; Henri Matisse)
    • 7. Henri Matisse (French, 1869–1954) Woman with a Hat, 1905
    • 8. Henri Matisse: Trois Baigneuses, 1907, Minneapolis Institute of Arts
    • 9. Les Grandes Baigneuses, 1898–1905: the triumph of Poussinesque stability and geometric balance
    • 10. The Overture to Tannhäuser: The Artist's Mother and Sister, 1868, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
    • 11. Still Life with a Curtain (1895) illustrates Cézanne's increasing trend towards terse compression of forms and dynamic tension between geometric figures.
    • 12. I Raro te Oviri, 1891, Dallas Museum of Art
    • 13. Pablo Picasso: Paysage méditeranneen, 1952, private collection
    • 14. Êtes-vous prêt!!!!