Deconstructing and reconstructing landscapes has been a habit of artists for more than a century. Cezanne focused on the structure, Monet focused on the light. Over time, the landscape has been transformed into elaborate geometries and subtle hues. Sometimes you can’t tell what’s being rendered. And yet, these artists manage to capture the land; reducing and distilling, or expanding and elaborating, till they’ve exposed what is essential to the scene.
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