The painting is inspired by Paul Cézanne’s painting “Quartier Four, Auvers-sur-Oise (Landscape, Auvers), 1873”, collected in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
C’ezanne is the father of modern art. He made a breakthrough by giving up the traditional and realistic frames. By using a solid and clear touch, he cut the countryside scene into geometrical patterns to create a new painting style. The mouth of the vase has a wavy design. The designer integrated soft lines and the technique to use a flat brush for thick paints in order to create gradation. He also showed the lively countryside scene with rich colors.