Rocks at Fountainebleau (1893)
painting 203 of 352 by Paul Cézanne
Information about painting
The thin, watercolor-like application of paint is typical of Cézanne's oils in the mid-1890s. The scene is traditionally identified as the Forest of Fontainebleau, where Cézanne worked around 1894, but it has also been suggested that the picture was painted near Aix-en-Provence.