(Accession Date: April 12, 1978) NOTES:  The provenance was provided in a letter from Angelica Rudenstine, Guggenheim Museum, to Lucretia H. Cézanne began a systematic campaign of self portraiture in the 1870s and continued it through the next thirty years.
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In this picture, made near the end of his life, the artist painted himself with a detachment that bordered on abstraction in the clean, geometric volumes of the hat, the barely indicated chair, the stark planes of cheekbone and forehead.
This resulting work is among the simplest of Cézanne’s self portraits and recalls his stated desire to “make of Impressionism an art as solid as that of the museums.” Ambroise Vollard (b. 1939), Paris; probably sold by Vollard to Egisto Fabbri (b. 1933), Florence [see note 1]; November 15, 1928, sold by Fabbri to Georges Wildenstein and Paul Rosenberg and Co., Paris (stock no. 1896), Boston; 1972, purchase and partial gift of Elizabeth Paine Metcalf to the MFA.
He has appeared in an upcoming film, "The Story of Bonnie and Clyde," as Buck Barrow, older brother of the notorious 'Clyde Barrow.' Drew Fuller was born as Andrew Alan "Drew" Fuller on 19th May 1980, in Atherton, California.
Fuller grew up in Newport Beach with his younger sister Hilary Fuller. At the age of 12, he was spotted by an agent after a family friend featured him on the cover of UCLA Magazine.
He posed for campaigns for lines including he began his acting career in 1999.
Guggenheim, New York [see note 1]; 1937, given by Guggenheim to the Solomon R.
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WNBC was obviously trying very hard to sound as boring as possible in this aircheck, playing several slow songs in row - probably to contrast the coming change to full out Top 40. At the time, Steele was retiring from his daily Monday-Saturday programs.
He remained on Saturdays weekly for many years, and eventually went to once monthly.