A biography of the artist, Paul Cezanne. It portrays his life in the context of society, and provides an insight into his friendships and family. It features a gallery of 300 of Cezanne's most iconic works, accompanied by an analysis of his style and technique. It explains the artist's mastery of colour, design, composition, and observation.
Susie Hodge has an MA in the History of Art by Research from the University of London. She has taught part-time for 15 years in secondary, further and higher education on subjects including Art & Design, History, Science and Religious Education. She has written over 30 books for children and adults, on subjects including history, art, design and science. She has written articles, booklets and websites for the V&A, the Museum of London, Tate and the Royal Academy, as well as giving lectures on art history.