Paul Cézanne's Apples: Still Life from the Wichita Art Museum Collection
For modern artists, still life became a foil for dynamic artistic experimentation. As French artist Paul Cézanne defiantly claimed, "with an apples, I will astonish Paris." This spring, the Wichita Art Museum examines the range of avenues for still-life painting in 19th- and 20th-century American art. Select work from the museum's collection reveals how artists approached this time-honored tradition with distinctly different approaches.
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