A major exhibition commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the artist's death. Catalogue notes by Charles Sterling, foreword by Jacques-Émile Blanche, and preface by Paul Jamot, no. 23, as Louveciennes, lent by Lecomte.
N.B. References taken from the English edition of the catalogue, without no. (P.G. II-2), ill., as View of Louveciennes, 1872, lent by Privat collection; shown in NY only. Traveled to: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Cézanne to Van Gogh: The Collection of Doctor Gachet, May 25–August 15, 1999. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, September 24–December 5, 1999.
Lucien Pissarro recalled that Cézanne borrowed a painting from his father. He recalled: "Cézanne gives a clear definition of 'sensation' which really comes from my father. You know that Cézanne did most powerful black pictures until he came to ssee us in 1870: my father then explained to him what he was doing. Cézanne, in order to realise his meaning, asked father to lend him a picture to copy. The copy was very fine, and quite different from father's model – Cézanne always did that – his copy was a free one he copied everything except the actual execution. I have seen them hanging together in the collection of Dr. Gachet." (See J. Bensusan-Butt, 1977 or Rewald, 1996, p. 144).