13 Mar 14 – 22 Jun 14, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom
Cézanne was never very keen on his watercolours, though his famous contemporaries did not feel the same way. In 1895, Degas and Renoir drew straws for Three Pears, around 1888 to 1990. Degas won. This painting, together with 15 more watercolours and six oils by Cézanne, plus works by 18 other Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists, now form the Henry and Rose Pearlman collection, which goes on display at the Ashmolean Museum in “Cézanne and the Modern” (13 March-22 June). Henry Pearlman, who died in 1974, founded a refrigeration company...
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