Cezanne, Paul REPRODUCTIONS DETAILS
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Cezanne painted Mont Sainte-Victoire on many occasions. Over time, Cezanne paintings became flatter, less realistic, and more abstract. In this reproduction of a late version, patches of color barely indicate the mountain, sky, and foreground, while creating a rhythmic pattern across the painting’s surface. The mountain and sky, both intensely blue, appear almost to merge.