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View Of Auvers Sur Oise, painted in 1873, is an artwork that marks the moment where Cézanne was migrating from the cloudy and gloomy color palettes and focusing on more colored works, with a brighter and more varied palette.
Dr. Paul Gachet used to live in these surrounds. Quickly, he spotted Cézanne’s talent in recording scenes and invited him to stay with him while producing some landscapes of the region. Along this time, he was still working along Camille Pissarro. The Impressionist painter worked as a mentor and tutor for Cézanne during all his formative years as a painter. Certainly, there was some input of Pissarro on this change of style, when Cézanne starts further exploring possibilities of the color palette.
This painting shows the surroundings of the small countryside village of Auvers sur Oise. The high horizon line makes room for all the detailed little houses and roofs that create a path between the green fields. In the foreground, the grass is quite yellow and bright, and the brush strokes are broader, creating a division between the planes of the scene.
During his studies, Cézanne would have the habit of dividing the shapes into small forms as an object of study. This painting has a historical recording of this technique, as it is an early example of the style he mastered and applied to several pieces.
On the right bottom corner of the composition, there are some houses placed closer to the viewer. All of the houses are represented with triangular rooftops. Some rooftops were painted with a dark shade of red wine, and some are vivid blue. A few of them were painted in a grey-green tonality. But all of the houses’ structures are portrayed with a light beige tone of yellow - representing the strong characteristic of the landscapes of the small French villages. This is an early work of what would become a recurrent subject matter for Cézanne.
Behind the village, there are more fields that are divided into patches of different tones of green and yellow. It represents plantations and farmlands, where the locals would grow different types of crops.
In the middle of the field, in the background, there are some small towers and structures.
The sky is painted with a gradation of blue tonalities and has a very detailed and delicate brushwork that creates fleecy round clouds.
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