Paul Cezanne’s Studio, Aix-en-Provence

(3.1/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Born in Aix-en-Provence, France, the famous artist Paul Cezanne died at Paul Cezanne’s Studio at the age of 67. Cezanne pioneered the transition between 19th and 20th century art, leading Picasso and Matisse to call him “the father of us all.” This site is his former home, which still holds his personal effects. Take a look at our Aix-en-Provence tour planner to schedule your visit to Paul Cezanne’s Studio and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • After a hefty climb from the parking garage to get to the fence of the garden once inside you get tour above. The Lady tells long-winded the history of Cezanne. The are volunteers who do, but luckily they had an audio tour that was in the Dutch very well. We are for the end of her (the Guide) story left.
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  • This morning, the first rays of sunlight illuminated the workshop of the old master, near his beloved Sainte Victoire. His easels, her blouse, its colors, its black hat... everything was there. As if he was just gone. It was heartbreaking as the last and tiny bedroom of Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise.
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  • It was a magical moment. We go through the lush garden, enter the House and then borrow a staircase made of red tiles and wood. This House has the good vibes, it now feels very well. When we enter the workshop is firstly the light which surprises us, and then we discover the world of the painter through a thousand daily objects, apples everywhere and who expect that they are painted by the master, the giant bridge who participated in the creation of the bathers and so and so many objects found in his paintings... even the White cards player pipe... And, do not forget to thank the two lovely ladies who greeted us and explained the universe of Paul Cézanne.
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  • A cafe would be nice in this place in addition to the museum. Nice time at this place.
  • Interesting for the chance to see objects and sites painted by the artist but it is not a magical place as I expected. A little 'expensive (ticket: 6 €) for only one room.
  • It's interesting to see the studio where Cézanne worked and the gardens around the house are beautiful. The admission fee is to access the single room upstairs where he worked, so it isn't the best value.
  • It's nice to see the working studio and the house of the artist however it's quite small and the garden is not well maintained.
  • The garden is rather large - only basic care being done. Very rustic looking. The studio looks as if Cezanne has just walked out. Nice to see the vases that were used in his paintings.