Art: Independent Frenchman

Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac is one French painter who seems to care for neither time nor tides. The critics of a generation ago hailed him for what he was —a master of the impressionist landscape, a distinguished follower of his idol, Cezanne. And Segonzac has kept right on painting that way. It was no way to have a flashy vogue; critics and the public were soon preoccupied with a far more revolutionary crew. But over the years, Segonzac's singlemindedness has had its effect. Last week, three of his latest pictures were on view in...

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