Paul Cézanne

Paysage à Auvers

Paysage à Auvers by Paul Cézanne

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The sense of immediacy in some Impressionists' work was deliberate and planned, and often rapidly made sketches were taken back to the studio to be worked on at some length. This is the only etching by Cézanne that related directly to one of his own paintings, a view of an entrance into a farm on the rue Saint-Remy, which he eventually gave to Pissarro. While theoretically devoted to nature, the Impressionists had no one definitive way in which they depicted it. (Impressions of a Time and Place, 2002)

Title
Paysage à Auvers
Artist/creator
Production date
1873
Medium
etching
Dimensions
130 x 110 mm
Inscription
Verso; 3M/7
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1953
Accession no
1953/17/5
Copyright
No known copyright restrictions
Department
International Art
Display status
Not on display

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