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Group exhibition

1900 Berlin

Bruno and Paul Cassirer, Berlin, III. Jahrgang der Kunst-Austellungen, Winter 1900/1901, November 2 - beginning of December 1900 (exhibition catalogue).

The first exhibition of Cézanne's paintings in Germany. According to the Durand-Ruel archives, the gallery sent twelve paintings to the show, including FWN826, and an unidentified oil (Pommes) that they had acquired from Robert de Bonnières in April 1897 and later sold to Maurice Fabre. The last three paintings (Nos. 11–13) had been bought by Emil Heilbut (on behalf of the Cassirers) from Vollard in April 1900, for 6000 francs each. Although the catalogue lists only thirteen paintings, fifteen were actually shown.

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Works in this exhibition: 15
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Record last updated November 8, 2019. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Société Paul Cezanne. "Exhibition: 1900 Berlin." In The Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings of Paul Cezanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné. (accessed on May 20, 2024).