Cézanne and American Modernism

February 14–May 23, 2010

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Paul Cézanne. Fruit and Jug on a Table

“CÉZANNE’S SIGNIFICANCE LIES IN HIS GIFTS TO THE PAINTERS OF THE FUTURE...” – Willard Huntington Wright

Paul Cézanne. Self-Portrait with a Beret. c. 1898‒99. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Charles H. Bayley Picture and Painting Fund and Partial Gift of Elizabeth Paine Metcalf, 1972.950. Photograph ©2009 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Here we see Cézanne’s signature technique of painting with patches of color. With few interior details, the focus remains on the subject.

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Experience Cézanne and American Modernism

Cézanne and American Modernism is a special ticketed exhibition, with complimentary audio tours for adults and kids included with your ticket. General admission to the BMA’s collection is free to everyone—every day!

Admission

Adults $15

Seniors (ages 65+) $12

Students (with valid ID) $10

Youths (ages 6–18) $6

Children (ages 5 and under) Free

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Group Tours

Adult groups of 10 or more pay $12 per person (a 20% discount per ticket!). Tickets include complimentary audio tour. Groups enjoy convenient bus passenger drop off at the Museum entrance, and limited free bus parking is available directly in front of the Museum. Docent led tours are also available.

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Wednesday through Friday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

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