La Rosa Paul Cezanne

Art is a harmony parallel with nature.

Paul Cezanne

The beautiful rose, Paul Cezanne- JACdeli, is part of the Delbard Painters Collection. Bred in France in 1992 and named to honour Paul Cézanne, one of the French Post Impressionists painters who lived and died in Aix-en-Provence France.

We live in a rainbow of chaos.

Paul Cezanne

Colour is dominant in the Paul Cezanne rose because the petals appear as if hand-painted. Each petal is unique that give the blooms a dusky palette of pinks and pale yellow with splashes of white and ochre. The appearance is vibrant and delightful yet very feminine because as the blooms unfold, they become ruffled with crinkled edges.

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Paul Cezanne In my garden

Shadow is a colour as light is, but less brilliant; light and shadow are only the relation of two tones.

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Paul Cezanne unfolding in my garden

The Paul Cezanne rose is a Hybrid Tea shrub with light lime green foliage. There is a fragrance of cinnamon, rose, raspberry and citrus. The large double flowers of soft dusty yellow, with splashes of pink and touches of white feature their own unique pattern.

I lack the magnificent richness of color that animates nature.

Paul Cezanne

Paul Cezanne Rose in Orange NSW

I could paint for a hundred years, a thousand years without stopping and I would still feel as though I knew nothing.

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The Paul Cezanne™ rose grows to a free flowering tall rose plant that is hardy and disease resistant. I purchased my first Paul Cezanne Rose pictured below from Silkies Rose Farm Clonbinane Victoria and I am waiting to plant this years addition from Wagners 

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Paul Cezanne in my garden – first year

A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.

Paul Cezanne

Content and Images Di Baker 2019 taken in my garden or otherwise cited All Rights Reserved

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2 thoughts on “La Rosa Paul Cezanne

  1. Lovely blog. I found it because I too have Paul Cezanne Roses. I am yet to have a flower as I only bought them bare rooted this year but I am glad to hear they are a favourite at yours.

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