Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin

(World) Paris, France
Paul Gauguin was a French Post-Impressionist painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramist, and write, and was an important figure in the Symbolist movement, and his experimentation was indicative of the Synthetist style of modern art. He also paved the way to the appreciation of primitivism, as his paintings employed many of the simplistic techniques employed by Naïve artists.
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Portrait of Atiti by Paul Gauguin
Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ) by Paul Gauguin
Street in Rouen by Paul Gauguin
Bouquet of Flowers with a Window Open to the Sea (Reverse of Hay-Making in Brittany) by Paul Gauguin
Young Christian Girl by Paul Gauguin
Little breton bather by Paul Gauguin
Madame Roulin by Paul Gauguin
Portrait of a man wearing a lavalliere by Paul Gauguin
Aube the Sculptor and His Son by Paul Gauguin
Tahitian woman and two children by Paul Gauguin
Still life with carafe and ceramic figure by Paul Gauguin
Floral and vegetable motifs by Paul Gauguin
Captain Jacob by Paul Gauguin
Portrait of Ingeborg Thaulow by Paul Gauguin
The Royal End by Paul Gauguin
Head of a Woman by Paul Gauguin
A breton boy by Paul Gauguin
Madame Alexandre Kohler by Paul Gauguin
The child by Paul Gauguin
Portrait of Philibert Favre by Paul Gauguin
Watering place by Paul Gauguin
Stabble near Dieppe by Paul Gauguin
Self Portrait by Paul Gauguin
Near Rouen by Paul Gauguin