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#PaintingOfTheWeekNo19

The card players study their cards as ardently as I imagine Cézanne was studying the canvas in front of him. It’s a scene of intense concentration and it’s partly that stillness and quiet that I like about it.  Cézanne was something of a loner but always a keen observer – and that is clearly demonstrated here.”

This week’s #PaintingOfTheWeek focuses on another exquisite painting by one of Phil Grabsky’s favourite artists: Paul Cézanne.

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#PaintingOfTheWeekNo16

“I see it stretching away for miles and miles, I feel the heat coming off the burning soil and sand. Notice the rhythm of the trees – the position is no accident.” This week’s #PaintingOfTheWeek focuses on an Australian Impressionist painter; inspired by Phil’s recent trip to the artist in focus’ motherland!

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#PaintingOfTheWeekNo6

“This is what one sees time and time again with good and great artists – the ability to say so much with so little (…) Rodin, painter as well as sculptor, was a master. ”

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#PaintingOfTheWeekNo4

This week’s #PaintingOfTheWeek certainly depicts isolation, an inability to communicate, even hunger. Look beyond the narrative too: the skill of Degas the painter is wonderful to behold…

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