Gauguin


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

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Paul Gauguin Cruises is also offering savings of 50% off standard all-inclusive cruise fares on all voyages of both ships, plus included airfare from Los Angeles on m/s Paul Gauguin itineraries.
In art as in life, Gauguin was nothing if not presumptuous about posterity.
Post-impressionist artist Gauguin is thought to have given the 1884 painting to its first owner, a local politician in Rouen, France, shortly after its completion.
A native Parisian, Gauguin had spent his childhood in South America, where his family had ties to Spanish nobility in Peru.
The firm added that its 2014 itineraries for Paul Gauguin Cruises in French Polynesia are now open for booking and are being offered with a 50 per cent savings on standard fares for sailing aboard m/s Paul Gauguin in 2013 and 2014.
Paul Gauguin Cruises partnered with social media agency Banyan Branch to design and implement the "Meet Me in Tahiti" campaign, a Facebook-integrated microsite, creating a way to reach new markets and create awareness and excitement for Tahiti and French Polynesia.
Paul Gauguin Cruises will impose anti-rebating policy.
Gauguin abandoned his wife and five children to pursue his career as a painter.
The Gauguin painting, "Two Tahitian Women," valued at an estimated $80 million, was not damaged and will go back on view Tuesday, the National Gallery said in a statement.
A new auction record for a print by Paul Gauguin was achieved when Crouching Tahitian Woman Seen From The Back sold for [pounds sterling]577,250 ($924,466), over three times the estimate ([pounds sterling]180,000-220,000).
ARTWORKS valued at more than pounds 100m, including a Gauguin which has been unseen for 15 years, went on display yesterday ahead of their sale next week.
A WORK by French artist Paul Gauguin painted in tribute to his friend Vincent Van Gogh could fetch pounds 10 million at auction next month.
A new Gauguin exhibition at the Tate Modern in London (30 September 2010-16 January 2011) takes an alternative look at the French artist.
It happened because one of the Worcester Art Museum's French masterpieces, "The Brooding Woman," by Paul Gauguin, will travel to the Tate Modern in London and then on to the National Gallery for a show titled "Paul Gauguin: Maker of Myth.
Noa Noa (1 893-94), his semifictionalized account of his first Tahitian trip, invariably leaves a bad taste in the mouth, both for its primitivizing descriptions of Polynesians and their culture and for its shameless plagiarism (most famously of Jacques-Antoine Moerenhout's 1837 account of Polynesian mythology, large sections of which Gauguin copied verbatim as though they were the words of his young mistress, whispering the secrets of the South Seas as she lay by his side in the dark Tahitian night).