At the end of the 19th century, Émile Bernard moved to the epicenter of modern art development. He was at friendly terms with van Gogh (who actively enhanced his posthumous recognition ) and had close contacts with Gauguin; later, he was in intense friendship with Cézanne.
Like van Gogh he admired the woodcut and made the use, not of the art of Gaugin, but developed the cloisonism, a painting technique, that presents the objects in sharply outlined color fields, like the middle-aged Church windows. The dispute over this question divides the artists till now.
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