Paul Gauguin

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French Post-impressionist painter who worked in the South Pacific (1848-1903)


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Among the more modern acquisitions are works from famed impressionists Paul Gaugin and Edouard Manet, the 1928 ink-and-collage Portrait of a Lady by Pablo Picasso and mural-size abstract panels by American-born Cy Twombly.
On the ferry, named after the picturesque Breton village of Pont Aven, a favourite haunt for the painter Gaugin, we booked a four-berth cabin as a base to relax.
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He watches as a dog watches, he said, ascribing his comment to one Gaugin made about Cezanne.
That lady is Marie Ginoux, the owner of the Cafe de la Gare whom van Gogh and Paul Gaugin both met during their sojourn in Arles in 1888 (Hulsker 712).
First owned by artist Paul Gaugin, who called it "quite simply a marvel," it was purchased in 1918 by Gwendoline Davies.
We discovered Pont-Aven, where Gaugin found inspiration, with its public gallery full of Breton art treasures.
Paul Gaugin was confident that exhibiting his paintings at the Exposition would boost his reputation.
Gaugin was raised in an Orleans seminary and became receptive to the theological teachings of Bishop Dupanloup, particularly his idealism and anti-naturalism.
Visit Pont-Aven, the home of Paul Gaugin, one of the fathers of French Impressionist painting
Titled "The New Escapist Promised Land Garden and Recreation Center," this spurious pageant of black swank was characterized in Johnson's immodest, and occasionally misspelled, statement: "I'm thinking of this show as a creolized orgy between Sun Ra, Paul Gaugin, Kazmir Malevich, Debra Dickerson, and Eldridge Cleaver (if his soul were no longer on ice).
He and Paul Gaugin went on binges together, and van Gogh would invariably end up in a brothel, probably claiming that "absinthe makes the tart grow fonder.
1888: After a quarrel with Paul Gaugin, Vincent Van Gogh cut off his left earlobe.
There was a Gaugin triptych and at the bottom of the triptych are these questions--"Where do we come from?
This includes many works by Turner, Gaugin and Degas, some of which have been hidden away to protect them from the light.