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Fruits et cruchon
Alternate titles: Fruit and Jug on a Table; Nature morte; Pommes et cruchon; Still Life; Stilleben mit Äpfeln; Stilleben mit Äpfeln und Krug; Stilleben, Früchte
Rewald: (741) 1893–94; Venturi: (612) 1890–94; Venturi revised: 1893–95; Rivière: 1901
Oil on canvas
13 x 16 1/8 in. (33 x 41 cm)
Vollard archives: photo no. 519, Annotated: circa 1885


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Exhibition History

1895 Paris: Galerie Vollard, Paul Cézanne, Blot buys.
1909 Munich: Frühjahrausstellung der Münchener Sezession, no. 26, Stilleben, Früchte, lent by Blot, not for sale.
1909a Paris: Galerie Blot, Natures mortes et fleurs, no. 4, Pommes et cruchon.
1912–13 Barmen: Kunstverein, Sammlung Reber: Austellung alter u. neuerer Meister, no. 19.
1913 Darmstadt: Mathildenhöhe, Sammlung G.F. Reber, no. 11, Stilleben mit Äpfeln und Krug.
1913a Berlin: Paul Cassirer, XV. Jahrgang, 1912–1913, Dritte Ausstellung, Sammlung Reber, no. 19, Stilleben mit Äpfeln.
1928d New York: Wildenstein Galleries, N.Y, Paul Cézanne, no. 4, Nature morte, lent by Spaulding.
1929 Cambridge, Mass.: Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Mass, French Painting of the XIXth and XXth Centuries, no. 8, Still Life, lent by Spaulding.
1939 Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Mass, Paintings Drawings Prints from Private Collections in New England, no. 12, pl. VII.
1948 Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Mass, The John T. Spaulding Collection, no. 9.
1973 Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Mass, Impressionism
1979–80 Atlanta and traveling: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Atlanta, Ga, Corot to Braque, no. 42, ill.
1992b Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Mass, European and American Impressionism: Crosscurrents
1994 Chiba and traveling: Chiba Sogo Museum of Art, Chiba, Still Life Painting from the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, no. 39, ill.
2001–02 Washington, D.C. and traveling: Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C, Impressionist Still Life, pp. 176, 178, pl. 82, Fruit and Jug on a Table, lent by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
2009–2010 Montclair and traveling: Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, N.J, Cézanne and American Modernism, no. 10, ill, p. 152, Fruits et cruchon.

Published References

Tabarant 1921a: "La Curiosité," p. 633, ill, Nature morte, regarding the Sequestre Wendland.
Rivière 1923: Le Maître Paul Cézanne, p. 223, listed [dimensions reversed].
Goulinat 1925: "Technique picturale: L'Evolution du métier de Cézanne," p. 24, ill.
Watson 1925: "American Collections: The John T. Spaulding Collection," p. 321.
Blot 1934: Histoire d'une collection de tableaux modernes, 50 Ans de peinture (de 1882–1932), pp. 37–38, says he paid Vollard 300 francs in 1892 (not possible); erroneously refers to painting at no. 21 in the 1900 sale.
Venturi 1936b: Cézanne: Son Art, Son Oeuvre, no. 612, ill. vol. II, Fruits et cruchon.
Jewell 1944a: Paul Cézanne, p. 28, ill.
Jewell 1944b: French Impressionists and Their Contemporaries, p. 58, ill.
Dame 1948: "Spaulding Collection Willed to Boston Museum," p. 12.
Freedberg 1948: "This Summer in New England: Paintings from the Spaulding Collection," p. 34, ill.
Schapiro 1973: Paul Cézanne, pl. 30.
Baron and Bonafoux 1993: Cézanne: Les Natures Mortes, p. 9, ill.
Rewald 1996: The Paintings of Paul Cézanne, A Catalogue Raisonné, 2 vols., no. 741, ill. vol. 2, Fruits et cruchon.
Kropmanns and Fleckner 2001: "Von Kontinentaler Bedeutung: Gottlieb Friedrich Reber und seine Sammlungen," p. 387 (listed).
Page citation: Feilchenfeldt, Walter, Jayne Warman, and David Nash. "Fruits et cruchon, 1893–94 (cat. no. 850)." The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné. (accessed September 22, 2018).
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