A still life is a work of art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter Paul Cezanne and Samuel John Peploe are two among many of talented artists working in this field of art. Both Artists have their own style using different methods of tone; texture, colour etc have made quite an influence for other painters leaving an impression for the world of art.
Paul Cézanne is considered one of the greatest artists of the last century, known to many as the 'Father of Modern Art'. Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) was a French artist who was part of the post impressionism throughout his career painted many incredible portraits, self-portraits and still life. Cezanne was one of the most influential artists in the history of twentieth-century painting, has inspired generations of modern artists. Both Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso were highly influenced by Cézanne. As a son of wealthy banker, Paul Cézanne developed artistic interests at an early age. Many of Cézanne's early works were painted in dark tones applied with heavy, fluid pigment, suggesting the moody, romantic expressionism of previous generations. Cézanne's goal was, in his own mind, never overwhelming. He left most of his works unfinished and destroyed many others. He complained of his failure at rendering the human figure, and indeed the great figural works of his last years.
He had his own unique quality that gives his paintings a ripe, continuous growth and its own character that is striking and inspiring. Every one of his masterpieces is taken to a new height and is specifically individual in its nature. His painting is a balanced art; its qualities are compensated in a structural fashion. The mastery of design, tone, composition and colour that spans his life's work is highly characteristic and now recognizable around the world. Cezanne created a number of still life paintings he made between 1898 and 1905 of skulls such as this one Paul Cézanne's interest in the subject may have had roots in...