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Harlequin, 1890

Harlequin, 1890

Paul Cezanne

After concentrating on landscapes and still lifes from the 1880s to the beginning of the 1890s, Paul Cezanne produced a series of works depicting human figures, including "Boy in a Red Waistcoat", "The Card Players", and "Harlequin". During this period, he grappled with handling human forms in space. This work was one of four paintings by Paul Cezanne of Harlequin, including "Mardi Gras". In "Mardi Gras", meaning Shrove Tuesday or the last day of the carnival, the artist depicts young people playing Harlequin and Pierrot, two stock characters of the commedia dell' arte, a form of improvisational comedy that spread from Italy to France in the sixteenth century. Harlequin is played by Cezanne's own son, Paul, and Pierrot by Paul's friend Louis Guillaume, the son of a shoemaker. Paul is said to have worked as a model at a studio on the rue du Val-de-Glace in 1888. This work depicts just Paul posing as Harlequin. In "Mardi Gras" the faces of the two characters are clearly drawn, but in this work Paul's face is so simplified that it resembles a mask.

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