Pines and Rocks
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Pines and Rocks, Cézanne

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Pines and Rocks by Cézanne. No one knows for sure where and when he painted this landscape. Some experts say that the painting dates to 1897, based on the size and amount of paint used in the brushstrokes, and it is believed that the place depicted in this work is the forest of Fontainebleau or some region near Paris, where Cézanne spent much time in the late nineteenth century.

Currently on display at the Museum Of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.
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Author: Paul Cézanne
Style: Impressionism
Theme: Nature
Original title: Pins et Rochers (Fontainebleau?)
Type: Painting
Medium: Oil on canvas
Year: 1897
Located: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York