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. 17, as Le Pont, lent by Bernheim-Jeune private collection.
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. 53, as Le petit pont, lent by Bernheim-Jeune private collection.
The bridge is situated at Trois Moulins in the hamlet of Maincy, near the "Moulin d'en bas" at the left. It crosses the Almont river, which marks the limit between Melun and Maincy and was formerly called "pont Thomson." It was built in 1828-29 by a colonel Thomson [or Johnson] to access his house, le château du Coudray. (Alain Mothe, 2011) Cézanne lived on the rue des Trois Moulins.