Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin | the artist

The artist Paul Gauguin
Pseudonym: Eugene Henri Paul
Born June 7 1848, Paris, France.
Died May 8 1903, Atuona, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia.
Style and technique of the artist: Painting, Fauvism, Post Impressionism, Impressionism,

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"I shut my eyes in order to see"

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Paul Gauguin
Gauguin Tahiti

Paul Gauguin
National gallery of art

Paul Gauguin: French Symbolist
Early Works

Day of the Gods (Mahana No Atua)
Paul Gauguin began to paint in his late 20s. A restless man, he traveled and worked in the French regions of Brittany and Provence as well as the South and Central Americas. In 1891, he moved to the French colony of Tahiti in search of "ecstasy, calm, and art." He spent all but two of the remaining years of his life in the South Seas…

Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin was born in Paris, France to journalist Clovis Gauguin and half-Peruvian Aline Maria Chazal, the daughter of proto-socialist leader Flora Tristan. In 1851 the family left Paris for Peru, motivated by the political climate of the period. Clovis died on the voyage, leaving three-year old Paul, his mother and his sister to fend for themselves. They lived for four years in Lima, Peru with Paul’s uncle and his family. The imagery of Peru would later influence Paul in his art…

Paul Gauguin
In 1889, during the Paris World’s Fair, Paul Gauguin and several friends exhibited their work on the festival site of the Café des Arts, owned by a certain monsieur Volpini. Among other works, Gauguin’s show included a series of prints he had made at the instigation of Theo van Gogh as a way of drawing attention to his paintings. This series of prints became known as the Volpini suite…

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