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Subjects : Landscape
Keywords : Ile-de-France, Impressionism, Morozov collection, Painting, art, bridge, landscape, nature, nature, Painting, reflection, reflection, river, river
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The Banks of the Marne at Creteil

Les Bords de la Marne is an oil on canvas by the French painter Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. It dates from 1888 and measures 71 × 90 cm. The Créteil bridge can be seen in the background. According to Ambroise Vollard, quoted by Henri Perruchot, this landscape on the banks of the Marne was shown to the public at the "Cézanne exhibition" organised by the Galerie Vollard in November-December 1895. Produced in 1888, it is considered to be one of the painter's most delicate works on this theme. The painting formed part of the Pellerin collection, before being sold to the gallery owner Ambroise Vollard in 1912. Vollard sold it the same year to the famous Moscow collector Ivan Morozov. His collection was nationalised by Lenin's decree in the spring of 1918 and transferred to the new Museum of Modern Western Art in Moscow in the autumn of 1918. When Morozov's former collection (along with that of Shchukin) was divided between the Hermitage and Pushkin museums in 1948, this painting ended up in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. The painting entitled Les Bords de la Marne was exhibited in 1895 in Paris at the Vollard Gallery"; then in 1912 in St Petersburg; in 1936 in Paris (Orangerie); in 1937 again in Paris; in 1939 in Moscow; in 1955 in Moscow; in 1956 in Leningrad; in 1956 at the "Paul Cézanne exhibition" in Leningrad; in 1960 in Moscow; in 1974 in Leningrad; and in the winter of 1974-1975 in [...]


This artwork is a painting from the modern period. It belongs to the post-impressionism style.


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