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The bastide was purchased by banker Louis-Auguste Cézanne, the father of famed painter Paul Cézanne, in 1859. In 1880, Paul Cézanne established an atelier in the attic. He also painted the walls of the living-room. Additionally, he often painted in the garden, looking out to the Montagne Sainte-Victoire from different vantage points. After his father's death, he lived in the bastide with his mother.
• 11" x 14"
• Available with 0.75" or 1.5" Thick solid wood stretcher bars.
• High quality print on premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame.
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