Cézanne’s Entire Oeuvre Goes Digital
Cézanne‘s new catalogue raisonné is to be published online, the AMA reports. The online catalogue was compiled by David Nash, co-owner of Mitchell-Ines & Nash Gallery in New York and will be free to access. The artist’s last catalogue raisonné was published in 1996 and at which time it was criticized for its poor illustration. Scheduled for a trial launch on May 12, this new version will not only include color images of all of Cézanne’s works but also photographs and postcards of the places Cézanne painted. It will include one “new” piece, Baigneurs (1902–06), which was sold at Christie’s in 2011.
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