Paul Cézanne citáty
Datum narození: 19. leden 1839
Datum úmrtí: 22. říjen 1906
Paul Cézanne byl francouzský malíř, významný představitel impresionismu. Je známý jako otec moderního umění.
Citáty Paul Cézanne
Zdroj: Míčko, Miroslav, Paul Cézanne, Odeon, Praha 1970, s. 55
„Když hodnotím umění, vezmu svůj obraz a postavím ho vedle zpředmětněného Boha, jako je strom nebo květina. Tluče-li se, není to umění.“
Zdroj: Cézanne, Euromedia Group, k. s. – Knižní klub, Praha 2013, s. 3, ISBN 978-80-242-3825-8
„Realismus je moje metoda, můj zákoník… Ale realismus, rozumějte mi správně, plný vznešenosti, bezděčný. Heroismus skutečna.“
Zdroj: [Gabriel, Jan, Paul Cézanne: Zemřel, jak si přál, se štětcem v ruce, ihned.cz, 2006-03-06, 2015-10-06, http://archiv.ihned.cz/c1-17967170-paul-cezanne-zemrel-jak-si-pral-se-stetcem-v-ruce]
„Jsem jen ubohý malíř a štětec je výrazovým prostředkem, který nebe vložilo do mých rukou. Vytváření a rozvíjení teoretických názorů není mým úkolem.“
Zdroj: Paul Cézanne. Největší malíři: Život, inspirace a dílo, č. 7, Eaglemoss International, 2000, s. 20, ISSN 1212-8872
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„Everything we look at disperses and vanishes. doesn't it? Nature is always the same, and yet its appearance is always changing... Painting must give us the flavour of nature’s eternity. Everything, you understand. So I join together nature's straying hands.... From all sides, here there and everywhere, I select colours, tones and shades; I set them down, I bring them together.... They make lines, they become objects – rocks, trees – without my thinking about them.... But if there is the slightest distraction, the slightest hitch, above all if I interpret too much one day, if I'm carried away today by a theory which contradicts yesterday's, if I think while I'm painting, if I meddle, then woosh!, everything goes to pieces.“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, p. 148, in: 'What he told me – I. The motif'
As quoted in: 'Mercure de France', 16 December 1908, p. 607
remark to Vincent van Gogh, ca. 1886 in Paris. Van Gogh showed Cezanne some of his recent paintings, he recently made in Paris
Quotes of Paul Cezanne, 1880s - 1890s
„.. that distinguished aesthete [ Gustave Moreau, ] famous artist and art teacher in Paris, then] who paints nothing than rubbish, it is because his dreams are suggested not by the inspiration of Nature, but by what he has seen in the museums... I should like to have that good man under my wing, to point out to him the doctrine of a development of art by contact with Nature. It's so sane, so comforting, the only just conception of art.“
Quote in a conversation with Vollard, in the studio of Cézanne, in Aix, 1896; as quoted in Cezanne, by Ambroise Vollard, Dover publications Inc. New York, 1984, p. 66
Quotes of Paul Cezanne, 1880s - 1890s
„Make others feel the same way about it. Without their realizing it! That's the meaning of art... Yes, what I'm aiming for is the logical development of what we see and feel when we observe nature; only then I'm concerned with the process, processes being for us no more than simple ways of getting the public to feel what we ourselves are feeling, and of making our point. The great artists we admire have done no more... Shall we have lunch?“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, p. 160, in: 'What he told me – I. The motif
„At Aix (Aix en Provence) I am not free; whenever I want to return to Paris, I always have to put up a fight, and, although your (his father) opposition may not be absolute, I am always deeply affected by the resistance that I encounter from you. I sincerely want my liberty unfettered.... it would give me great pleasure to work in the Midi, some aspects of which offer many resources to the painter; there I would be able to attack some of the problems that I wish to solve.“
Quote in Cezanne's letter to his father in Aix; ca. 1871-73; as quoted in Cézanne, by Ambroise Vollard, Dover publications Inc. New York, 1984, pp. 33-34
Quotes of Paul Cezanne, 1860s - 1870s
„Objects enter into each other... Chardin [French classical still-life painter] was the first to have glimpsed that and rendered the atmosphere of objects... Notice how a light transversal plane straddling the bridge of your nose makes the values more evident to the eye... Well, he noticed that before we did... He neglected nothing. He also perceived that whole encounter in the atmosphere of the tiniest particles, the fine dust of emotion that surrounds objects..“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, p. 220 in: 'What he told me – III. The Studio'
„Personally I would like to have pupils, a studio, pass on my love to them, work with them, without teaching them anything... A convent, a monastery, a phalanstery of painting where one could train together.... but no program, no instruction in painting.... drawing is still alright, it doesn't count, but painting – the way to learn is to look at the masters, above all at nature, and to watch other people painting..“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, p. 124, in: 'What I know or have seen of his life'
„In that Renaissance (Cellini, Tintoretto, Titian..) there was an explosion of unique truthfulness, a love of painting and form... Then come the Jesuits and everything is formal; everything has to be taught and learned. It required a revolution for nature to be rediscovered; for Delacroix to paint his beach at Etratat, Corot his roman rubble, Gustave Courbet his forest scenes and his waves. And how miserable slow that revolution was, how many stages it had to go through!... These artists had not yet discovered that nature has more to do with depth than with surfaces. I can tell you, you can do things to the surface.... but by going deep you automatically go to the truth. You feel a healthy need to be truthful. You'd rather strip your canvas right down than invent or imagine a detail. You want to know.“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, pp. 156-157, in: 'What he told me – I. The motif'
„There is, in a apple, in a head, a culminating point, and this point - in spite of the effect, the tremendous effect: shadow or light, sensations of colour - is always the one nearest to the eye. The edge of objects recede to another point placed on your horizon. This is my great principle, my conviction, my discovery. The eye must concentrate, grasp the subject, and the brain will find a means to express it..“
Zdroj: Quotes of Paul Cezanne, after 1900, p. 222 in: 'What he told me – III. The Studio'