Cézanne: ‘The artist must avoid thinking like a writer’

The French painter’s letters reveal his determination, seriousness, insight – and eccentricity

letters of French painter Paul Cézanne
Sketches that Cézanne made around 1859, from his abandoned law-degree notes Previous ImageN

Paul Cézanne was serious, eccentric, and intent on solitude. But he kept his eye on the competition: ?Pissarro is an old fool, Monet is a wily bird? Read More