A number of watercolors were also shown. In addition the catalogue mentions under no. 32 et suiv. Paysages, figures, nature mortes, works which cannot be identified up to date, no. 4, as Paysage de l'Estaque, tentative identification, for sale.
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. 42, (dated 1880–83), as Montagnes en Provence, lent by G.-E. Davies.
Cézanne may have begun painting this canvas in the South and taken it with him to Paris to rework it. Paul Gauguin bought the painting from père Tanguy in the summer of 1883 and had it relined. Gauguin copied the work on a fan, now in the collection of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.