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  • Cristina Cellini

    PINTURA ::: "Pommes et Oranges", 1899 - PAUL CÉZANNE - Postimpresionista - Óleo sobre tela - La importancia del color el elemento principal de la composición.

  • ❈Agnès ❧ Brun❈

    Paul Cézanne, Nature Morte avec pommes et oranges, 1899, huile sur toile (MUsée du Louvre, Paris)

  • Angela Iturriza

    Pommes et oranges. Cézanne 1899

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