Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne was a French artist who was born on the 19th of January 1839 and died on the 22nd of October 1906. His painting technique was the foundation of the transition from the 19th-century art conception of impressionism to the 20th-century art conception of cubism. Both Picasso and Matisse have said that Paul Cézanne is the founder and father of the painting technique that they used to create their artworks. Most of the early Paul Cézanne paintings were landscapes with large and heavy figures that he pained imaginatively. Later he turned to a light, airy painting style.

The most famous Paul Cézanne paintings are Mont Sainte-Victoire, The Basket of Apples, Gardanne, and The Black Marble Clock. Most of Paul Cézanne's paintings are held by private art collectors, but some of them are shown in art galleries and museums.

On our website, you can purchase wooden puzzles with Paul Cézanne's artwork. The collection of Paul Cézanne puzzles includes most of his best works. Starting from the early days when he painted impressionism paintings to later days when he painted cubism art. Beautifully painted views with imaginary objects by Paul Cézanne are sure to make the puzzle-solving process fun for many hours!