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1879, Cézanne, Standing Bather Seen from Behind

1879, Cézanne, Standing Bather Seen from Behind

Cézanne created more than two hundred paintings, drawings, lithographs, and watercolors of bathing fi gures. Scholars continue to debate whether this seemingly obsessive repetition indicates the artist's inten... More

1880, Cézanne, Portrait of Paul, the Artist's Son

1880, Cézanne, Portrait of Paul, the Artist's Son

Paul was born to the artist and his future wife, Marie-Hortense Fiquet, in 1872. Around 1880, Cézanne rapidly executed several portraits of his son. This one seems especially spontaneous. Although the young bo... More

1885, Cézanne, Provencal Manor

1885, Cézanne, Provencal Manor

The composition was executed wet-on-wet, with thin fluid oil paint, handled much like a watercolor. -Conservator's note from the Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection

1900, Cézanne, Cistern in the Park of Chateau Noir

1900, Cézanne, Cistern in the Park of Chateau Noir

Between 1899 and 1902, Cézanne worked at the Château Noir estate outside Aix-en-Provence. The neo-Gothic buildings of this peculiar country manor were unfinished, giving it the appearance of a ruin. The origin... More

1900, Cézanne, Route to Le Tholonet

1900, Cézanne, Route to Le Tholonet

The paintings by Cézanne in this gallery-and many other works in the Museum-are from the collection of the late Henry and Rose Pearlman, passionate collectors of works by modern artists from Manet to Modiglian... More

1904, Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire

1904, Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire

Cézanne first painted Mont Sainte-Victoire in 1870, beginning his decades-long fascination with the subject that ultimately yielded more than thirty paintings and watercolors of it. The peak played an importan... More