The first major Cézanne exhibition in Germany consisting of paintings, watercolors and drawings from German private collections. Section III of the catalogue Zeichnungen comprises drawings without listing them. (exhibition catalogue; introduction by Julius Meier-Graefe). N.B. The lenders names do not appear in the catalogue, but are known from an annotated catalogue in the Rewald Papers, National Gallery Archive, no. 17, as Die Seine, lent by Th. Behrens.
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. 49, pl. XIII, as Les Quais de la Seine, lent by Kunsthalle Hamburg.
Works by Corot, Courbet, Daumier, Degas, Delacroix, Gauguin and others were also shown, no. 2, pl. 3, lent by Hamburger Kunsthalle.
Rewald (1996, p. 200) noted that Cézanne copied the Guillaumin original. "But while repeating rather faithfully the elements of the painting, Cézanne did not proceed slavishly. Through the application of regular, often square brushstrokes and occasional impasto, his copy gained a tighter structure and a completely different texture, most noticable in the clouded sky. At the same time he softened as well as brightened he colors, providing new accents, such as the red of the barge and green of the crane, where Guilaumin had used duller tints."