Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was one of the pioneers of new styles of art that led to the birth of post-impressionist art. Gauguin became part of a group of artists who gathered in Pont-Aven, France, whose aim was to create art that combined (or synthesized) the subject matter with the artist’s feelings about the subject and the aesthetic concerns of line, color and form. Gauguin became interested in primitivism and went to Tahiti, from 1891 to 1893 and then in 1895 until his death in 1903. 

France


Deceased
Collectors: Worldwide

Commissions: Not Accepted
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Prints of Paul Gauguin's painting Cafe at Arles
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Eiaha Ohipa Do Not Work print of Paul Gauguin's work
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Paul Gaguin prints
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Ne Arii Vahine The Queen the Kings Wife print
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rupe rupe prints
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Paul Gauguin still life prints
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Paul Gauguin "Two Sisters"
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Gauguin prints - Vairaumati Tei Oa
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Paul Gauguin "What are you jealous"
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