A unique work of art, often on paper, made with dry or wet mediums including pencil, charcoal, chalk, pastel, crayon, pen, ink, watercolor, or oils. In addition to paper, drawings may be made on other organic or synthetic supports, including parchment, vellum, or acetate. Drawings that are site-specific can be executed directly on a wall, floor, or other surface. Drawings are made as both independent finished artworks and as studies or plans for works in other mediums.
How Cézanne’s Apples Turned Me into a Food WriterAn author, former editor, and storied restaurant critic recalls a turning point in her life.Aug 31, 2021
A Guide to Cézanne’s Mark-Making and MaterialsExplore the artist’s visual vocabulary through a detailed look at his techniques.Jun 21, 2021
The Beauty and Life of Materiality: On Cézanne’s DrawingsRead an exclusive excerpt from the exhibition catalogue Cézanne Drawing, about the artist who wanted to “astonish Paris with an apple.”Jun 10, 2021