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He hated insincerity, was allergic to falseness, distrusted suavity, and fled from even a whiff of like-mindedness. Modern art would be unthinkable without him. When Cézanne painted portraits – and.

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In this last group, we have to differentiate between those who developed his style before the impressionist dawn – Edouard Manet- and those whose interests led them to search even beyond the Impressionism – Degas, Renoir -. If we want to look for the "pure", essential impressionist painters, those who developed their impressionist style without interferences from any other style, the list.

That appeared to be the lesson of Christie’s 82-lot, three-in-one sale last night in London, catchily titled Hidden Treasures, Impressionist & Modern. buyer of the Cezanne still-life, for £2.8m (£3.

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