Visual Timeline: Paul Cezanne

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1839 CE - 1906 CE: Life of French post-impressionist artist Paul Cézanne.
1839 CE: Paul Cézanne is born in Aix-en-Provence, France.
1861 CE: Paul Cézanne moves to Paris to become an artist.
1862 CE: Paul Cézanne returns to Paris to pursue a career as an artist.
1863 CE: Paul Cézanne has a single painting exhibited at the Salon des Refusés organised by the Paris Salon.
1870 CE: Paul Cézanne retreats to the solitude of his family estate in southern France.
1872 CE: Paul Cézanne begins to work alongside Pisarro at Pontoise and Auvers-sur-Oise.
1872 CE: Paul Cézanne's son Paul is born.
1874 CE: Paul Cézanne has a painting in the first exhibition of independent artists in Paris, his 'House of the Hanged Man'.
1877 CE: Paul Cézanne has 16 paintings shown in the Third Impressionist Exhibition in Paris.
1882 CE: Paul Cézanne finally has one of his paintings accepted by the Paris Salon, the only time this happens in his career.
1886 CE: Paul Cézanne's father dies and he inherits the family estate in Aix-en-Provence.
1886 CE: Paul Cézanne marries his long-time mistress Marie-Hortense Fiquet.
1889 CE: Paul Cézanne has a painting on show at the Universal Exhibition, his 'House of the Hanged Man'.
1895 CE: Paul Cézanne has his first solo exhibition of 150 works in Paris.
1897 CE: Paul Cézanne has two works displayed in the Berlin National Gallery.
1900 CE: Paul Cézanne's work is displayed at the Universal Exhibition.
1904 CE: Paul Cézanne has an entire room dedicated to his work at the Salon d’Automne.
1906 CE: Death of Paul Cézanne from a fever caught while painting in the rain.
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