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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Rubbi shoulders with Van Gogh are significant pieces from other greats of the same era, such as Claude Monet and Paul Gaugin.
The world-class museum will also display gems, created by some of the most famous master painters and sculptures in the history of art, including Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso, douard Manet, Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Osman Hamdi Bey, Jackson Pollock, Jaques-Louis David and Paul Gaugin.
The Yellow House stars Kevin Eldon, Simon Farnaby, and Deborah Findlay, featuring a fall in 1888 where artist Paul Gaugin stays in a four-room yellow house rented by Van Gogh in the countryside.
El ultimo capitulo del libro se enfoca en El Paraiso en la otra esquina (2003); Habra destaca el trabajo de fuentes documentales realizado por Vargas Llosa, para dar vida a una novela que inventa una nueva realidad a dos personajes historicos: la escritora Flora Tristan y su nieto, el pintor Paul Gaugin (177-202).
Case in point: On Sunday, an art historian revealed that one of the most popular legends associated with Van Gogh - that he cut off his ear because of an argument with fellow painter Paul Gaugin - might not be true.
There is always this welcome niche, in periods of societal transition, for the ode to pleasure, to abundance, to gazing at comfort, and in this, Alegre is not without forebears: Franz Marc in the days before the Great European conflict; Paul Gaugin at the crux of the Industrial Age: Fernando Amorsolo in the gap between Philippine colonization and independence; Odilon Redon and Gustav Klimt in the twilight before modernity would grip us in its carbon-gasping chokehold.
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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.
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.
Claire Moran closes the volume with a study of the abstract self-figuration of the artist as Christ in the work of Odilon Redon, James Ensor, and Paul Gaugin.
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).