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  • In 1873 Cézanne moved to the village of Auvers, where this was painted. It was near Pissarro's home, and the two of them often worked side by side during 1873 and 1874. Auvers was also home to Dr. Gachet, a collector who would later care for the despairing Van Gogh. Cézanne may have hoped Gachet would purchase his work, which was ignored by the public.

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  • La arlesiana, noviembre 1888 o mayo 1889, National Gallery Washington.
  • Retrato del doctor Gachet, junio 1890, Musée d’Orsay. Retrato del doctor Gachet, mayo-junio 1890, col. privada.
  • Toshusai Sharaku: Arashi Ryuzo como el prestamista Ishibe no Kinkichi. Retrato del doctor Gachet, junio 1890, Musée d’Orsay. View slide
  • Cézanne, Vista de Auvers, c 1873, 65,2 x 81,3, Art Institute of Chicago. Cézanne: Vista de Auvers (la valla), 1873, col privada. View slide
  • Granja, 38 x 45 cm. Van Gogh Museum. La casa campesina, Nuenen, mayo 1885, 65,7 x 97,3 cm, Van Gogh museum
  • Casas en Cordeville, 72 x 91 cm, Musée d’Orsay.
  • Calle en Auvers, 73 x 92,5 cm, Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki. Cézanne: Camino, Auvers, c 1872-73, Musée d’Orsay.
  • Cézanne: La casa del ahorcado, 1873, Musée d’Orsay Casas en Auvers, 75,6 x 61,9, Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
  • Cézanne: La casa de Gachet, 1873, 56 x 47 cm, Kunstmuseum Basel. Casas en Auvers, 75,6 x 61,9, Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
  • Casas en Auvers, 60 x 73 cm, Toledo Museum of Art. Cézanne: La casa del Père Lacroix, 1873, National Gallery of Art Washington.
  • La iglesia de Auvers, 94 x 74 cm, Musée d’Orsay.
  • La iglesia de Auvers, 94 x 74 cm, Musée d’Orsay. La torre de la iglesia de Nuenen, 1884, Fund. Bührle, Zurich.
  • La iglesia de Auvers, 94 x 74 cm, Musée d’Orsay. El ayuntamiento de Auvers, catorce de julio, 72 x 93 cm, col. privada.
  • El ayuntamiento de Auvers, catorce de julio, 72 x 93 cm, col. privada.
  • Renoir: Remeros en Chatou, 1879, 81 x 100 cm, National Gallery, Washington. A orillas del Oise, 72 x 92 cm, Detroit Institute of Arts.
  • A orillas del Oise, 72 x 92 cm, Detroit Institute of Arts. Renoir: Remando en el Sena, 1875, 71 x 92 cm, National Gallery Londres.
  • Casa en Auvers, 48,5 x 63 cm. The Phillips Collection, Washington.
  • Les Vessenots en Auvers, 55 x 65 cm, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.
  • Campo con amapolas, 73 x 91,5 cm, Gemeentemuseum, La Haya.
  • Campo de trigo con acianos, 60 x 81 cm, Fundación Beyeler, Riehen/Basilea.
  • El jardín de Daubigny, 56 x 101,5 cm, Kunstmuseum Basel.
  • El jardín del párroco en Nuenen, 1884, 25 x 27 cm, Groningen Museum.
  • Dos figuras en el bosque, 50 x 100 cm, Cincinnati Art Museum.
  • Émile Bernard: Madeleine en el Bois d’amour, 1888, Musée d’Orsay.
  • Les alyscamps, nov 88, Kröller-Müller Museum. Les alyscamps, nov 88, Niarchos coll.
  • Paisaje al atardecer, 50 x 100 cm, Van Gogh Museum.