Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), was a French painter whose work represents a bridge between Impressionism and Cubism. In his creations we often find characters taking bath, landscapes around Sainte-Victoire, still life or portraits of his wife. Modernists from the beginning of the 20th century considered Cézanne to be the precursor of the contemporary painting. Henri Matisse described him as 'the father of all painters' and many authors recognized in him a creator of a breakthrough in the art of the 20th century. Pablo Picasso was also delighted about his paintings.