Cézanne lived in the village of Gardanne in Provence with his wife, Hortense Fiquet, and their son from the summer of 1885 until the spring of 1886. The horizontal format of this painting allows for a panoramic view of the village that centers on the staggered, geometric structures of the orange-roofed houses. By setting the vantage point in the east, the artist was able to focus on the vertical nature of the terrain and highlight historical features such as the bell tower at center.
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