Paul C zanne (January 19, 1839-October 22, 1906), a famous French painter and later impressionist, has been praised as the "father of new art" since the end of the 19th century. As a pioneer of modern art, western modern painters call him "father of modern art", "father of plastic arts" or "father of modern painting". Father.
His pursuit and expression of the sense of volume opened up a train of thought for Cubism; Cezanne attached great importance to the authenticity of color vision, and his unique observation of natural color "objectively" was quite different from the previous "rational" or "subjective" painters who observed natural color.