Paul Cézanne - Mount Sainte-Victoire 1904

Chateau Noir 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
Mount Sainte-Victoire 1904

Mount Sainte-Victoire 1904
85x106cm oil/canvas
Cleveland Museum of Art

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From Cleveland Museum of Art:
During the last twenty years of his life, Cézanne repeatedly painted the towering mountain of Sainte-Victoire near his home in Aix-en-Provence. Aiming to reform Impressionism by bringing order and structure to the study of nature, he created tightly integrated compositions of merging, intersecting planes. Here, a rising tree branch echoes the distant mountain slope, thereby relating foreground to background. Sensations of space are created through rhythmic patterns of warm and cool color.