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Paul Cézanne. Nature morte au pot au lait bleu 1900–06,
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Above:
FWN 1970
Paul Cezanne
Nature morte au pot au lait bleu, 1900–06
Alternate titles: Äpfel und Geschirr; Nature morte; Nature morte au pot à lait bleu;
Still Life; Still Life with Blue Pot
Rewald: (W572); Venturi revised: 1900–05; Venturi: (1147) 1895–1900; Rivière: 1900
Watercolor on paper
18 1/8 x 24 3/16 in. (46 x 61.5 cm)
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles