Bathers (Les Grandes Baigneuses)  1894

by Paul Cézanne

Around 200 of Cézanne’s works depict male and female nude bathers, either singly or in groups, in a landscape. This large painting is one of three pictures of female bathers that Cézanne worked on during the final decade of his life. They represent the culmination of his lifelong investigation of this subject and the climax of his entire career, and were hugely influential...
Courtesy of The National Gallery, London