Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The House of Cezanne's Greatest Masterpieces

The Jas de Bouffan sits in an unremarkable modern suburb of Aix surrounded by petrol stations and modern residential estates. It would be easy to drive right past it. But behind the gates a grand approach lined by towering plane trees leads you to the Jas, the crumbling, slumbering and intensely atmospheric mansion where Cézanne worked, on and off, for 40 years and produced some of his greatest works. Click here to read more.

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