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This was a great presentation of Cezanne's workplace with little nuggets of information about the artist and his art. Buses or taxis could take you there, but we walked up from this old, historic part of Aix, and it was a great steep walk.
Cézanne’s studio is where worked every morning and it looks like he just stepped out to paint his beloved mountain, Sainte Victoire. His easels, skulls, and props are (basically) just where he left them. While our kids got a little bored looking at Cézanne’s paintings...More
Interesting studio visit. Cézanne spent the final 4 years of his life living in this house and working in the 50m2 studio on the first floor. Many of the objects used for his still life paintings are still there, as well as his letter to...More
Beautiful little house up a hill, lovely gardens and kept nicely. Studio just one room but left as Cézanne left it. Only 19 people allowed up there at any one time so you need to wait. Video to watch but only in French. Would have...More
We loved this visit despite the difficulties. Driving round Aix is a nightmare, signage pretty nonexistent, locals being unable to give us directions from fairly close, absence of parking and terrible wet weather. However, from the moment we entered the ticket office we felt welcome...More
Rare opportunity to see a real artist's studio as he would have known it. You can see the actual objects that Cezanne used in his still life paintings, including tables, chairs, jugs and the three human skulls that feature in several of his pictures. The...More
This little gem is absolutely worth a visit and an hour or so of your time. It is the studio where Cezanne worked the last four years of his life. You can only visit the site on a tour – the tours are...More