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The thicker in this painting, and the surrounding small trees at are taller. 38 in The Hermitage painting in her. It is its tree base Paul Cezanne 1839-1906 6. Most scholars who have studied Cezanne's work date Pool With Bridge, c. 1888—1890. 1895-1898 in the Oil on canvas, 64 X 79 cm Pushkin Museum, inv. no. 1911, I. 3417 Art, of connection with The Banks of the Marne is executed at an angle to in thin liquid paint Modern Western Moscow; since 1948, Pushkin Museum, Moscow. 40 that are one another.

Working together, ofPontoise, Pissarro and 1875-1877 Oil on canvas, Cezanne frequently painted one and the same any case, such 58 X 71 cm is the opinion of Bernard Dorival). Also at Pontoise, painted some views inv. no. 3410 the Pushkin Provenance: 1907, G. Viau collection, Paris, 12: 1909. First I. 1909, E. of Modern Western Moscow; 1923. Museum Art. oi Museum the Quartier de I'Ermitage, which picture (\enturi, nos. 170 and 176). dating uf this picture (also known quite of Painting, Route de VErmitage a Pontoise) with general acceptance.

Before he died, he had the satisfaction of being hailed as the undisputed master of a painters: — Cezanne had vowed — Matisse and concepts language. 29 that he would "die painting," and he the Fauves were already modifying their ideas in the light of Cezanne's discoveries; artist's of Maurice Denis, Emile Bernard, Bonnard, and Vuillard. By the year of his death did new generation to push the new pictorial and the future Cubists were about to their logical end in their quest for a Paul Cezanne 1839-1906 1.

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