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Cinq baigneuses, 1877–78 (940)
Les Joueurs de cartes, 1890–92 (680)
Arbres et maisons au bord de l'eau, 1892–93 (possibly earlier) (280)
La Bouteille de menthe, 1893–95 (857)


Cézanne participated in only two exhibitions with his Impressionist colleagues, in 1874 and 1877 in Paris.

His first one-person show was at the Galerie Vollard in Paris, 1895.

The first exhibitions in Germany of his work took place in 1900, and in 1908 in Berlin.

After Cézanne's death, an important retrospective was held at the Salon d’Automne at the Grand Palais in Paris, 1907.

In the last 15 years, Cézanne’s impact on his colleagues and on artists of the 20th century have been the subject of a variety of exhibitions and new scholarship (Cézanne and Pissarro, Cézanne and Giacometti, Cézanne and Beyond).

So, too, investigations into the influence of his native Aix (Cézanne and Provence) and life in Paris (Cézanne et Paris, Cézanne and the Past) have yielded new discoveries that change the way we understand the artist.

The exhibitions can be virtually recreated as thumbnails, or more significantly, with the images shown in sizes relative one to the other.

Page citation: Feilchenfeldt, Walter, Jayne Warman, and David Nash. "The Exhibitions." The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné. (accessed December 13, 2018).
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