'Harmony running parallel to nature'. That's how Paul Cezanne described his painting with its deliberately disjointed perspective, the tilted bottle, the incline of the basket, and the table with no right angles, creating an impossible shape.
He then used heavy brushstrokes to create a greater density than would be seen in real life, yet what really appeals to us is that it's a wonderfully warm and welcoming image.
It belongs to the Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.
They are a good size for most adults and teens being 25" x 35" (63.5 x 89 cms).
Obviously, with the ties, they can fit most people comfortably.
They are fairly wipe clean, but can also be machine washed as and when necessary.