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Benedict Leca, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the book's editor and exhibit's curator, and the editor of Monet in Giverny: Landscapes of Reflection (2012); Paul Smith, Professor in History of Art at the University of Warwick, and the author of Interpreting Cezanne (1996); Richard Shiff, Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art at the University of Texas at Austin, and the author of numerous books including the seminal volume Cezanne and the End of Impressionism (1984); Nina Kallmyer, Professor and Chair, Department of Art History, University of Delaware, author of Cezanne and Provence: The Painter in His Culture (2003); Denis Coutagne, President of Societe Paul Cezanne;

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"Manages to explore the full gamut of Cezanne's adventures with still life"--Ann Landi, "ARTNews"

-Allows one to scrutinize the artist's still lifes in illuminating isolation from the work of his peers, and to appreciate how the artist's powerful, painterly sensations could trump even the most traditional subjects he depicted---Mary Tompkins Lewes, The Wall Street Journal
-Rigorous and thoughtful---Michael Pepi, The New Criterion
-Manages to explore the full gamut of Cezanne's adventures with still life--- Ann Landi, ARTNews
-A beautiful tome--Judith Dobrynski, Real Clear Arts blog
-Invaluable to serious practitioners, collectors, and viewers of art--Maine Antique Digest

"Allows one to scrutinize the artist's still lifes in illuminating isolation from the work of his peers, and to appreciate how the artist's powerful, painterly sensations could trump even the most traditional subjects he depicted"--Mary Tompkins Lewes, The Wall Street Journal

"Rigorous and thoughtful"--Michael Pepi, The New Criterion "Manages to explore the full gamut of Cezanne's adventures with still life"-- Ann Landi, ARTNews "A beautiful tome"-Judith Dobrynski, Real Clear Arts blog "Invaluable to serious practitioners, collectors, and viewers of art"-Maine Antique Digest

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