Paul Gauguin

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Noun1.Paul Gauguin - French Post-impressionist painter who worked in the South Pacific (1848-1903)
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In fact, Paul Gaugin is best known for his piece, The Painter of Sunflowers, which is a painting of an artist painting sunflowers.
Her artistic influences were van Gogh, Gaugin, Rousseau, Matisse and Detain, all of whom have been introduced prior to this project.
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She spoke as the museum prepared to open a sample of its growing collection -- including works by Picasso and Gaugin -- to public view, shedding light on the choices the city makes as it expands its international profile.
He incorporates examples of children drawing to learn various things, especially scientific concepts; discusses doodling, cartooning, and picturing to learn; provides a case study of the transition from cartooning to animation and design; and addresses learning from the sketches of artists like Klimt, Cezanne, Seurat, Van Gogh, Degas, Gaugin, and contemporary artist Tad Spurgeon.
So Gaugin and the rest of that clan came a far third and as for Cezanne, he was there only as a faint idea on my mind's horizon.
WEDNESDAY A History of Art in Three Colours (BBC4, 9pm) is the second programme of the three-part series and shows how blue - made from the precious stone lapis lazuli - was used by Masters like Gaugin, Van Gogh and Picasso to convey emotion.
Fabulous paintings in a style reminiscent of Gaugin ornament and illustrate every page of this amazing children's art biographical book.
Somerset Maugham's The Moon and the Sixpence fictionalizes the life of the painter Gaugin.
A former mill town and port, it is best known for the school of art that sprung up around 20 painters, including Paul Gaugin, in the late 19th century.