Supplemental Material

Many Catalogue entries include additional material such as studies after other artists, site and historical photographs and vintage postcards.These items are presented here and can be navigated by the following types:

Works by other artists: Cezanne was inspired by artists who preceded him and copied works by other painters such as Eugène Delacroix and Peter Paul Rubens, as well as by sculptors such as Pierre Puget and Jean-Baptiste Pigalle; he painted alongside his colleagues such as Camille Pissarro and Auguste Renoir; and he also copied from photographs or illustrations from contemporary journals. Images of these related works are being added to the catalogue on a regular basis.

Site Photography: Lionello Venturi began to photograph the area around Aix in the early 1930s and published a group of them in his 1936 catalogue raisonné. At about the same time John Rewald and Leo Marchutz began a serious study of Cezanne’s site motifs. As the three men roamed the countryside of Aix, their photographs became vital documents that linked the artist to the present. Rewald continued photographing Cezanne sites in the North and around Aix for nearly six decades. These photographs are now housed in the Photograph Archive at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Venturi's 200 or so photographs are held in the Archivio Venturi in Rome.

Contemporary views of Cezanne’s sites continue to be photographed in color by colleagues and published in books and on the website of the Société Paul Cezanne. They, too, will be added to the catalogue as soon as they are made available.

Historical Photography: Images of the artist, his family, friends and colleagues are included in this category, as well as interiors that display Cezanne's work.

Postcards: The study of Cezanne’s motifs continues today. Vintage postcards are being collected and published along with the work that the site inspired (many of the postcards are included here as supplementary images, courtesy of Alain Mothe and Raymond Hurtu).

 

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A postcard view of Chocquet's farm house seen through the trees in Cézanne's painting, identified by Anne Distel.
site photography
An orchard in Hattenville, Normandy. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald; Sabine Rewald
postcard
A postcard view of Chocquet's farm house seen through the trees in Cézanne's painting, identified by Anne Distel.
site photography
View of l'Estaque. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
Vue sur l'Estaque, 1882–83 (188)
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
View of l'Estaque. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
le cabanon du Claou, before restoration
Gardanne vu du Claou, 1883–85 (197)
site photography
le cabanon du Claou after restoration (2006)
Gardanne vu du Claou, 1883–85 (197)
site photography
The house of the Jas de Bouffan seen through the chestnut trees. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
The winding road above La Roche-Guyon. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
site photography
Tall trees at the Jas de Bouffan. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
Tall trees at the Jas de Bouffan. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
Trees in front of the pool at the Jas de Bouffan. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
Chestnut trees of the Jas de Bouffan. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
View of Gardanne John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Postcard view of Gardanne
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
House in Le Quartier des Fabriques, Sainte-Victoire seen from "La Barque"
site photography
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
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
Château Noir seen through the trees. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald,circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
Château Noir derrière les arbres, c.1885 (possibly later) (237)
site photography
Motif for no. 238. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
Photograph of the motif. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
site photography
The allée of chestnut trees at the Jas de Bouffan. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
A. Mothe, 2011, p. 110, for 1910 postcard view of house, which no longer exists
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
A. Mothe, 2011, p. 110, for 1910 postcard view of house, which no longer exists
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
work by other artists
P.-A. Renoir, La Montagne Sainte-Vicroire, 1889. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Ct.
historical photography
site photography
Photograph by Lionello Venturi, 1933–35 (Courtesy Archivio di Lionello Venturi, Department of Art History and Performance, Sapienza University, Rome)
site photography
The house of Bellevue and pigeon tower. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald; Sabine Rewald
site photography
Photograph by Lionello Venturi, 1933–35 (Courtesy Archivio di Lionello Venturi, Department of Art History and Performance, Sapienza University, Rome)
site photography
Photograph by Lionello Venturi, 1933–35 (Courtesy Archivio di Lionello Venturi, Department of Art History and Performance, Sapienza University, Rome)
La maison de Bellevue, c.1890 (269)
site photography
John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
La maison de Bellevue, c.1890 (269)
work by other artists
P-A Renoir, Pigeonnier de Bellevue, c. 1888–89, 54 x 65 cm, Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia
Pigeonnier de Bellevue, 1889–90 (270)
site photography
The pigeon tower and house at Bellevue. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
Pigeonnier de Bellevue, 1889–90 (270)
site photography
The pigeon tower at Bellevue. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa. 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
Arbres et maisons au bord de l'eau, 1892–93 (possibly earlier) (280)
postcard
Pont et petit bras de l'île Machefer
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
Postcard view of the moulin brûlé
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
Courtesy Raymond Hurtu
site photography
Contemporary view of site
Pavel Machotka
postcard
Postcard view of typical rock formations in the forest of Fontainebleau
Courtesy Alain Mothe
Rochers dans le bois, c.1893 (290)
site photography
The millstone in the park of Château Noir. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, c. 1935; Sabine Rewald
La Meule, 1892–94 (291)
site photography
Motif for no. 292. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
Giverny, 1894 (300)
site photography
Photograph by Lionello Venturi, 1933–35 (Courtesy Archivio di Lionello Venturi, Department of Art History and Performance, Sapienza University, Rome)
site photography
The Maison Maria in the park of Château Noir. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
Le Lac d'Annecy, 1896 (311)
site photography
A view of the Château du Duingt seen across the Lac d'Annecy. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald; Sabine Rewald
Le Lac d'Annecy, 1896 (311)
site photography
Composite photograph of motif. Courtesy John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
Erle Loran
postcard
Vintage postcard view of the motif.
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
The farm at Montgeroult. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
Photograph of the motif. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washignton, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
postcard
Courtesy Alain Mothe
site photography
The cistern in the park of Château Noir. John Rewald Archive, Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, D.C.
John Rewald, circa 1935; Sabine Rewald
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Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Feilchenfeldt, Walter, Jayne Warman, and David Nash. "Supplemental Material." The Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings of Paul Cezanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné. https://www.cezannecatalogue.com/resources/supplemental_images.php (accessed on September 21, 2019).