Поль Сезанн - Скалы возле Шато Нуар 1904

Forest near the rocky caves above the Chateau Noir 1904 Little girl with a doll 1904 Mount Sainte-Victoire 1904 Rocks near the caves below the Chateau Noir 1904 Sainte-Victoire 1904 Seated peasant 1904 Still Life with apples a bottle and a milk pot 1904
Поль Сезанн - Скалы возле Шато Нуар 1904

Скалы возле Шато Нуар 1904
65x54см холст/масло
Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France

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From Musee d'Orsay, Paris:
In the 1890s, missing the light and harsh landscapes of Provence, Cézanne was drawn back to the place where he was born, and remained there for the rest of his life. The Mont Sainte-Victoire, the site of the Château-Noir and the Bibémus quarries, constantly reappear in the paintings he undertook around the turn of the century. He continued this fervent, solitary experiment until he died. In these silent landscapes, sometimes with unusual framings, the actual subject becomes irrelevant: in this case, it is a pile of rocks and a few tree trunks..