Monet vs. Cezanne: Location

This gallery compares/contrasts where Monet's and Cezanne's artworks were made.

Monet captures the beautiful shimmering effects of sunlight on water in this painting. The patchy blue sky surrounds the poplar trees on the banks of the River Epte. The trees blend with their reflections in a mix of bright colors.
The mountain of Sainte-Victoire was one of Cezanne’s favorite subjects. He loved exploring its structure and changing appearance. This painting was made in the early 1890s from a position to the south-west of Aix overlooking the valley of the River Arc.
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