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Lac d'Annecy is a Post-Impressionist, Oil on Canvas Painting created by Paul Cézanne from 1896 to 1896. It lives at the The Courtauld Gallery in London. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Landscape, and Nature. Source
The "Lac d'Annecy" was painted when Cézanne was on a rare vacation with his wife and son. The lake was directly on the hotel. This painting was painted in France, but now resides in the heart of London in the Courtauld Institute Galleries.