New video on David’s YouTube channel – Introduction and Expanded Watercolor Painting Demonstration Excerpt from “Cezanne’s Mont Sainte-Victoire in Provence, France“
David and SimmonsArt have posted a new video on his YouTube channel and we hope that you enjoy it! It includes the Introduction and an Expanded Watercolor Painting Demonstration Excerpt from “Cezanne’s Mont Sainte-Victoire in Provence, France” – Program 103 of our Emmy-Award winning PBS Series Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop, produced with SimmonsArt. In this excerpt from our half-hour PBS program, David travels to magical locations in France (Aix en Provence and the iconic Mont Sainte-Victoire) that inspired Paul Cezanne (1839-1906). In the program’s introduction, David considers Cezanne’s ambitious struggle to reconcile stability and form with change and movement and discusses his insights into visual perception. David then places his easel in front of Mont Sainte-Victoire and explores Cezanne’s techniques while creating a pencil sketch and a watercolor.
In this expanded demonstration we have included additional footage that was not included in the PBS version due to time constraints. David discusses Cezanne’s difficulties, frustrations, and his ultimate success – as the father of Modernism.
Produced by SimmonsArt Inc. and David Dunlop and directed by Connie Simmons.