Known as much for his eccentric personality as his art, Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was born to be an artist. In 1903, people crowded into a small gallery to see his latest work, while the artist himself lay buried in a remote Catholic cemetery in the tiny town of Atuona. Today we are left with the mystique of a man who has been called both crazy and brave, a man who lost his family and traveled to the ends of the earth for his art. In this article we look at pivotal moments in his life through his artwork. < Explore More
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May 15, 2020 marks the eighty-fifth anniversary of Kazimir Malevich's death. In memory of his amazing legacy we are publishing a very interesting article about his later work written by E.F. Kovtun, one of the curators at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The text has been translated from Russian by Charlotte Douglas, who has also done extensive research on the works of Malevich.