The Black Castle
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Black Castle - Cézanne

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The Black Castle is a representation of a neo-Gothic building that captivated Cézanne, located near Aix, France. It was painted by the artist in 1904. This painting once belonged to Claude Monet and it is currently exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.
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Author: Paul Cézanne
Style: Impressionism
Original title: Château Noir
Type: Painting
Medium: Oil on canvas
Year: 1903-04
Located: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York