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Listed as etching but appears to be a brown or sepia toned mezzotint, on white paper.
This print, a still-life of apples, a bottle, and a soup tureen upon a table, was commissioned in the late 19th century by Vollard, Cezanne's agent. This print, along with others by Cezanne, was meant to illustrate a book on the artist. The book, however, was never printed, and the original copper plates were stored in the basement of the Vollard summer house. The Vollard family discovered the plates in 1996 and had them printed by the original printing studio in Paris.
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