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‘Au Moulin Rouge’, de Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Toulouse-Lautrec [24 Novembro 1864 – 9 Setembro 1901] tinha um particular gosto em retratar a vida colorida, glamorosa e por vezes decadente dos Cafés e dos Teatros parisienses em finais do século XIX, bem ilustrada neste ‘Au Moulin Rouge’ de 1892/95. A sua ligação ao famoso Café parisiense vinha desde a sua inauguração, em 1889.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec [24 Novembre 1864 – 9 Septembre 1901]
‘Au Moulin Rouge’ de 1892/95
The Art Institute of Chicago

‘The Bathers’, by Paul Cézanne

From Paul Cézanne [19 January 1839 – 22 October 1906], The Bathers, 1899/1904

Paul Cézanne – The Bathers, 1899/1904
The Art Institute of Chicago

Through his studies of groups of bathers outdoors, Paul Cézanne reconceived a classical subject in a modern, pictorial idiom. Though clearly related, The Bathers is not a study for either of the monumental canvases of bather subjects that the artist left unfinished at his death; rather, it is an independent, exploratory work painted with a more spritely touch. For all its compositional complexity, it retains the lightness of a watercolor, with thin parallel strokes and dashes and areas of white-primed canvas showing through the paint.

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