Paul Cézanne, the beloved Post-Impressionist painter, spent his final years (1902-1906) living and working here in Aix-en-Provence. The hilltop studio space looks much as it did then, arrayed with easels and inspiration for his still-life works: a bowl of fruit with a rumpled napkin; a trio of skulls; assorted pottery. Sunlight spills in through a huge window, and a chest of drawers features handwritten notes between Cézanne and Monet.
By Kate Appleton, AFAR Contributor
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