The painting inspired Henry Moore (who owned it) to execute a bronze sculpture in 1978, titled Three Bathers – After Cézanne.
Moore once said that "It's the only picture I ever wanted to own. It's ... the joy of my life. I saw it [in 1959] in an exhibition and was stunned by it. I didn't sleep for two or three nights trying to decide whether to [buy it].... To me it's marvelous. Monumental." [H. Moore, 1966]