PAUL CEZANNE (French Post-impressionist): Mt. St. Victoire, 1902. Philadelphia Museum of Art. No one is sure why Cézanne returned to this subject so often. The mountain stands out boldly from its surroundings, just as Cézanne stood apart from his fellow artists, and both are closely linked to the artist’s native Provence. Perhaps his many paintings of this mountain reflect his love of Provence, or his interest in discovering new aspects of a familiar place.