Paul Cezanne, a Post-Impressionist painter born on January 19, 1839, in Aix-en-Provence, France, is renowned for his faithful depiction of natural chaos in his paintings. One of his notable works is Woods with Millstone, painted in the South near his home at Aix. In the abandoned blocks of quarried stone present on the scene that inspired him, he found an example of natural disorder mixed with human-made structures.
Categorized as Post-Impressionist, Woods with Millstone by Paul Cezanne has influenced Cubists and Fauves plus several generation’s avant-garde artists. The painting depicts an example of nature’s randomness while featuring traces of human intervention. The artist’s works and revolutionary ideas influenced aesthetic development within 20th-century artists and art movements like Cubism and Fauvism.
The painting is a remarkable oil-based reproduction by professional artists available on canvas that brings into homes the legacy left behind by one of history’s greatest painters. Fans appreciate it for its stunning representation of nature amidst human ruins that are particularly poignant to those who value environmental conservation efforts after taking from nature.