It is here, on the Lauves’ hill amid his dearest familiar objects: the models of his ultimate still lifes, his furniture and work equipment that you will feel the most intensely the full presence of the painter.
From 1902 to his death in 1906, Cézanne works daily in this bright studio, the birthplace of dozens of works now preserved in the great museums of the world, among them the last Bathers.
The studio has a gift shop, regularly hosts temporary exhibitions and organizes cultural and gastronomic gatherings during the season. Coffee break and refreshments on site.
9 Av. Paul Cézanne, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France