Cézanne at an Angle

Many of Cézanne’s compositions lean. They have a tilt. The desire to rectify, or straighten out, or balance when a tilt appears is so strong. Learn from Cézanne to go with the lean, and not correct it.

Paul Cézanne, Jas de Bouffan 1885-87

Paul Cézanne, Jas de Bouffan 1885-87

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