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Cezanne: The Late Work - Paperback

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Cezanne: The Late Work - Paperback

CHF 165 Non-Member
CHF 148.50 Member
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This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition "Cézanne: The Late Work," organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Réunion des Musées Nationaus, France, and shown also at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Although exhibitions covering the whole of Cézanne's career have been held in the past both in this country and abroad, this exhibition is the first to focus on the last decade of the last decade of the artist's life, from 1895 to 1906, the years in which Cézanne's work underwent a series of transformations that give it a particular character and make it the bridge between the art of the nineteenth century and that of the twentieth. 416 pp. Published in 1977 and edited by William Rubin, this rare book from MoMA Publications is available in extremely limited quantities. Each book from this special selection has been stored for decades in MoMA’s warehouse. MoMA’s award-winning publications program has been an integral part of the Museum’s mission since its founding in 1929. These exhibition- and collection-related titles are renowned for their high production values. Please note that the cover photo is for reference only and does not reflect the actual condition of the book being sold.

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