Paul Cézanne

Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert



Paul Cézanne - Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert


Painted in the autumn of 1866, while living at his family’s home near Aix-en-Provence. The sitter was an uncle of Paul Cezanne.


Literature

R 107

introduction by Gary Tinterow, Masterpieces of European Painting, 1800-1920, in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; New Haven, 2007, nr. 109



Provenance

Probably the sitter, the artist's uncle, Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert, Arles (until summer 1899)
presumably one of twelve works by Cézanne sold to Vollard
with Ambroise Vollard, Paris, 1899, sold July 10 to Rosenberg
with Alexandre Rosenberg, Paris, 1899, sold to Pellerin
Auguste Pellerin, Paris (ca. 1899–1916)
with Josse Hessel, Paris, 1916–20
with Marius de Zayas, New York, 1920–at least 1921, sold to Bliss
Lizzie (Lillie) P. Bliss, New York (ca. 1921–d. 1931), bequeathed to the Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art, New York (1931–51)
sold to MMA

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 53.140.1

Other works by Paul Cezanne


Paul Cezanne Still Life with Bowl, Glass, knife, Apples, and Grapes
Still Life with Bowl, Glass, knife, Apples, and Grapes
c. 1880

Paul Cézanne Portrait of Jules Peyron
Portrait of Jules Peyron
1885-87

Paul Cézanne Madame Cézanne in a Red Dress
Madame Cézanne in a Red Dress
1888-90

Paul Cézanne Still Life with Jar, Cup, and Apples
Still Life with Jar, Cup, and Apples
c. 1877

Paul Cézanne
Antoine Dominique Sauveur Aubert
1866
79.7 x 64.1 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York