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Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne
1886–90
Alternate titles: Haus am Berg; Haus am Mont Sainte-Viktoire; House in Provence; La Maison en Provence; La Sainte-Victoire, Beaurecueil; Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire, vue de La Barque; Maison en Provence; Sainte-Victoire; The Mountain; The Mountain, Sainte Victoire
Rewald: (573) 1886–90; Venturi: (433) 1885–86; Venturi revised: 1885–86; Rivière: 1886; Cooper: 1885–86
Oil on canvas
25 13/16 x 32 in. (65.5 x 81.3 cm)
Vollard A stockbook: no. 3879, huile; 1r plan vert avec une route une maison avec toit rouge plus loin de montagne bleue, 64 x 80 cm (150 frs)

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Exhibition History

1906b Paris: Grand Palais, Salon d'Automne, 4e Exposition, no. 317, Maison en Provence, tentative identification, lent by Vollard.
1910a Paris: Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paul Cézanne, no. 7, La Maison en Provence, lent by H. Bernstein.
1926 Dresden: Internationale Kunstausstellung, no. 79.
1927 Frankfurt: Frankfurt am Main, Ausstellung Französischer Meister des XIX Jahrhunderts aus Frankfurter Privatbesitz ergänzt durch sechs Gemälde von Cézanne als Leihgabe der Sammlung G.F. Reber, Lugano, no. 3, Haus am Berg.
1927 Hamburg: Kunstverein, Europäische Kunst der Gegenwart, Zentenarausstellung, no. 174, Haus am Berg.
1927c Berlin: Galerie Thannhauser, Erste Sonderausstellung in Berlin, no. 28, Haus am Berg, tentative identification.
1936 Cleveland: The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition, no. 257.
1936 Toledo: Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio, Cézanne and Gauguin, no. 19, ill, House in Provence, lent by Marie Harriman Gallery.
1936d New York: Marie Harriman Gallery, N.Y, Cézanne, Derain and Others, no. 1, House in Provence.
1937 San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, Calif, Paul Cézanne, no. 19, ill, lent by Harriman Gallery.
1937a New York: Marie Harriman Gallery, N.Y, French Painting, no. 2.
1938 Cambridge, Mass.: Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Mass.
1939 Toledo: Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
1939h New York: Marie Harriman Gallery, N.Y, Cézanne: Centennial Exhibition, no. 9 (dated 1885–86), La Maison en Provence.
1939–40 San Francisco: California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Calif, Seven Centuries of Painting, no. 1061, ill.
1941 Columbus: Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio, Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, no. 10, ill.
1941 Worcester: Worcester Art Museum, Mass, The Art of the Third Republic: French Painting, 1870–1940, no. 7, ill, La Sainte-Victoire, Beaurecueil, lent by Marie Harriman Gallery, New York.
1995–96 Paris and traveling: Réunion des musées nationaux / musée d'Orsay, Tate Gallery and Philadelphia Museum of Art, Paris, Cézanne, no. 116, ill, shown in Philadelphia only.
2006 Washington, D.C. and traveling: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C, Cézanne in Provence, no. 55, ill, shown in Washington only.
2014a Madrid: Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Cézanne: Site/Non-site, no. 54, ill.

Published References

Faure 1911: "Paul Cézanne," p. 124, ill.
Tugendhold 1911: "Landscape in French Painting," ill. between pp. 16 and 17.
Bell 1913: Art, pl. 47.
Borgmeyer 1913: The Master Impressionists, p. 270, ill, The Mountain, Sainte Victoire, Collection Vollard.
Vollard 1914: Paul Cézanne, pl. 47.
Wright 1916a: "Paul Cézanne, The Misanthropic Don Quixote of Modern Art," p. 124, ill, "Courtesy Washington Square Gallery".
Stuart 1917: "Cézanne and His Place in Impressionism," p. 327, ill, The Mountain, "Collection Vollard".
Meier-Graefe 1918a: Cézanne und sein Kreis. Ein Beitrag zur Entwicklungsgeschichte mit 127 Tonätzungen und fünfzehn Heliogravüren, ill. opp. p. 168.
Meier-Graefe 1920a: Cézanne und sein Kreis. Ein Beitrag zur Entwicklungsgeschichte, ill. opp. p. 168.
Bernard 1920c: "'Vie de Cézanne'; 'Lettres de Cézanne'," ill.
Meier-Graefe 1922: Cézanne und sein Kreis, p. 205, ill.
Rivière 1923: Le Maître Paul Cézanne, p. 214, listed (as Route de Trets, aux environs d'Aix . . . ).
Bernard 1925: Souvenirs sur Paul Cézanne: une conversation avec Cézanne: la méthode de Cézanne, ill. opposite p. 4.
Ruckstull 1925: Great Works of Art and What Makes Them Great, figs. 17 and 117.
Venturi 1926: Il Gusto dei primitivi, pl. 88.
Bernard 1926a: Souvenirs sur Paul Cézanne, Une Conversation avec Cézanne, ill. opp. p. 108.
Mather 1927: Modern Painting, p. 341, ill.
Pfister 1927: Cézanne: Gestalt, Werk, Mythos, fig. 85, Haus am Mont Sainte-Viktoire, c. 1885. Photo: Thannhauser.
Schürer 1927: "Internationale Kunstausstellung Dresden," p. 272.
Meier-Graefe 1927a: Cézanne, pl. LXX.
Loran 1930: "Cézanne's Country," p. 543.
Rivière 1933: Cézanne: Le Peintre solitaire, p. 105, ill.
Jamot 1934: La Peinture en France, p. 217, ill.
Mather 1935: Concerning Beauty, pl. hors texte, p. 201.
Venturi 1936b: Cézanne: Son Art, Son Oeuvre, no. 433, ill. vol. II, La Sainte-Victoire, Beaurecueil.
Rewald 1936e: Cézanne et Zola, fig. 56.
Loran 1937: "San Fransisco's First Cézanne Show," p. 635, ill.
Novotny 1937: Cézanne, pl. 51.
Rewald 1937b: "Un Episode inconnu de la vie de Cézanne," ill.
Novotny 1938: Cézanne und das Ende der wissenschaftlichen Perspektive, fig. 7.
Cogniat 1939a: Cézanne, pl. 60.
Pickens 1940: "H.H. Richardson and Basic Form Concepts in Modern," pp. 277–78, ill. p. 275.
Hautecoeur 1942: Littérature et peinture en France du XVIIe au XXe siècle, pl. XI.
Rivière 1942: Cézanne: Le Peintre solitaire, p. 113, ill.
Rewald 1944: "As Cézanne Recreated Nature," p. 13, ill. (with photograph of motif).
Hope 1945: "House in Provence by Paul Cézanne," pp. 23–24, ill. on cover.
Schildt 1946: Cézanne, fig. 6.
Vaudoyer 1947: Les Peintres provençaux de Nicolas Froment à Paul Cezanné, p. 87, ill.
Carpenter 1951: "Cézanne and Tradition," p. 178, fig. 5.
Schapiro 1952a: Cézanne, pp. 70–71, ill.
Roger-Marx 1956: Les Impressionnistes, p. 81, Sainte-Victoire.
Leonhard 1966: Paul Cézanne in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten, p. 134, ill.
Schapiro 1973: Paul Cézanne, pl. 17 (with comments).
Wadley 1975: Cézanne and His Art, pl. 38.
Rewald 1989: Cézanne and America: Dealers, Collectors, Artists and Critics, 1891–1921, p. 229, fig. 115.
Wadley 1989: Cézanne and His Art, p. 43, ill. in b/w.
Hoog 1990: "L'Oeuvre," p. 198, fig. 176.
Coutagne et al. 1996: Les Sites Cézanniens du Pays d'Aix: Hommage à John Rewald, p. 121.
Machotka 1996: Cézanne: Landscape into Art, p. 127, fig. 108, with photographs of the motif, figs. 106 and 107, Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne, dated c. 1886.
Rewald 1996: The Paintings of Paul Cézanne, A Catalogue Raisonné, 2 vols., no. 573, ill. vol. 2, Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne.
Kropmanns and Fleckner 2001: "Von Kontinentaler Bedeutung: Gottlieb Friedrich Reber und seine Sammlungen," p. 387 (listed).
Athanassoglou-Kallmyer 2003: Cézanne and Provence, The Painter in His Culture, p. 133, fig. 3.34, Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne.
Schmidt 2004a: Cézannes Lehre, fig. 61.
Société Paul Cézanne 2005: P. Cézanne: Les sites provençaux, p. 63, ill. with photos of motif (c. 1935 and 1998), p. 62, Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne.

Supplemental Images

House in Le Quartier des Fabriques, Sainte-Victoire seen from "La Barque"
Motif for no. 227. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
Page citation: Feilchenfeldt, Walter, Jayne Warman, and David Nash. "Maison devant la Sainte-Victoire près de Gardanne, 1886–90 (cat. no. 227)." The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné. http://www.cezannecatalogue.com/catalogue/entry.php?id=560 (accessed September 22, 2018).
Record last updated November 21, 2016. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.