|landscape||portrait||figure composition||still life||bather|
The works in this catalogue are organized in five consecutive groups or themes: landscape, portrait, figure composition, still life, and bather. The works are numbered chronologically within each theme.
Sorting the catalogue by date will integrate all the works chronologically; the numbers will not be consecutive.
Each work has its own page, or entry, which includes the work's principal statistics and an image that can be enlarged. The entry also includes a work's provenance, its exhibition history, and its published references — all linked to other sections of the catalogue.
Many entries include commentaries and supplementary materials, such as sketches and studies by Cézanne, historical photographs, site photos, vintage postcards, or works by other artists.
Works with the letters “TA” after the catalogue number are paintings that have been traditionally attributed to Paul Cézanne, but have not been physically examined by the authors. Therefore a determination of its authenticity cannot be made until the work has been inspected, at which time the “TA” designation can be removed. Several paintings that require further study are also included in this category.
Paintings that have been omitted from Cézanne’s oeuvre have been examined by the authors and are, in their opinion, works by another hand. These works are acknowledged if they were exhibited or published, but do not have their own entry page.