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Portfolio Paul Gauguin. The complete works. (956: Chalk, Charcoal, Collage, Drawing, Engraving, Glass, Gouache, Oil, Oil On Canvas, Oil On Panel, Painting, Pastel, Pencil, Tempera, Watercolour, Wood)

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  • Paul Gauguin - Nafeaffaa Ipolpo (also known as When Will You Marry?)
  • Paul Gauguin - Yellow Christ
  • Paul Gauguin - The Loss of Virginity (also known as The Awakening of Spring)
  • Paul Gauguin - Mahana no atua (Day of God)
  • Paul Gauguin - D'où venons nous Que sommes-nous Où allons-nous (Where Do We come from. What Are We. where Are We Going)
  • Paul Gauguin - Ta Matete (We Shall Not Go to Market Today)
  • Paul Gauguin - And the Gold of Their Bodies (Et l'or de leures corps)
  • Paul Gauguin - NIght Cafe in Arles (Madame Ginoux)
  • Paul Gauguin - The Swineheard
  • Paul Gauguin - Spirit of the dead watching, Alb
  • Paul Gauguin - Among the lillies
  • Paul Gauguin - By the Seashore
  • Paul Gauguin - Tomatoes and a pewter tankard on a table
  • Paul Gauguin - D'où venons nous Que sommes-nous Où allons-nous (Where Do We come from. What Are We. where Are We Going)
  • Paul Gauguin - D'où venons nous Que sommes-nous Où allons-nous (Where Do We come from. What Are We. where Are We Going)
  • Paul Gauguin - Alone
  • Paul Gauguin - Still life with oysters
  • Paul Gauguin - Flowers in a Vase with a Musical Score
  • Paul Gauguin - Landscape with peacocks
  • Paul Gauguin - Boquet of Peonies on a Musical Score
  • Paul Gauguin - Day of the Gods
  • Paul Gauguin - The Yellow Christ
  • Paul Gauguin - The Cellist (Portrait of Upaupa Scheklud)
  • Paul Gauguin - Landscape, Farmhouse in Arles
  • Paul Gauguin - Portrait of Vincent van Gogh Painting Sunflowers (also known as Villa Rotunda by Emma Ciardi)
  • Paul Gauguin - nafeaffaa ipolpo
 
All 956 Artworks from Paul Gauguin





 Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin lived and worked during the late 19th century. He was a French painter, print-maker, sculptor, ceramicist and writer who worked mostly in a Post-Impressionist and Symbolist style. The art of Gauguin influenced many artists of the following generations, influencing directly the Synthetist style in modern art as well as bringing about a revival of pastoral scenes. Two of Gauguin’s most often painted genres were pastoral scenes and also scenes showing the native peoples of Tahiti amongst other places in the Pacific.
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7 June 1848 – 8 May 1903) was a leading Post-Impressionist painter. His bold experimentation with colouring led directly to the Synthetist style of modern art while his expression of the inherent meaning of the subjects in his paintings, under the influence of the cloisonnist style, paved the way to Primitivism and the return to the pastoral. He was also an influential exponent of wood engraving and woodcuts as art forms.

Life


Paul Gauguin, 1891, unknown photographer Young life
Paul Gauguin was born in Paris, France to journalist Clovis Gauguin and half-Peruvian Aline Maria Chazal, the daughter of proto-socialist leader Flora Tristan. In 1851 the family left Paris for Peru, motivated by the political climate of the period. Clovis died on the voyage, leaving three-year old Paul, his mother and his sister to fend for themselves. They lived for four years in Lima, Peru with Paul's uncle and his family. The imagery of Peru would later influence Paul in his art.
At the age of seven, Paul and his family returned to France. They moved to Orléans, France to live with his grandfather. He soon learned French and excelled in his studies. At seventeen, Gauguin signed on as a pilot's assistant in the merchant marine to fulfill his required military service. Three years later, he joined the navy where he stayed for two years. In 1871, Gauguin returned to Paris where he secured a job as a stockbroker. In 1873, he married a Danish woman, Mette Sophie Gad. Over the next ten years, they had five children.
Early art career
Gauguin had been interested in art since his childhood. In his free time, he began painting. He also visited galleries frequently and purchased work by emerging artists. Gauguin formed a friendship with artist Camille Pissarro, who introduced him to various other artists. As he progressed in his art, Gauguin rented a studio, and showed paintings in Impressionist exhibitions held in 1881 and 1882. Over two summer holidays, he painted with Camille Pissarro and occasionally Paul Cézanne.
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

1897, oil on canvas

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, USABy 1884 Gauguin had moved with his family to Copenhagen, where he pursued a business career as a stockbroker. Driven to paint full-time, he returned to Paris in 1885, leaving his family in Denmark. Without adequate subsistence, his wife (Mette Sophie Gadd) and their five children returned to her family. Gauguin outlived two of his children.


In 1887, after visiting Panama, he spent several months near Saint Pierre in Martinique, in the company of his friend the artist Charles Laval. At first, the 'negro hut' in which they lived suited him and he enjoyed watching people in their daily activities. However, the weather in the summer was hot and the hut leaked in the rain. He also suffered dysentery and marsh fever. While in Martinique, he produced between ten and twenty works (twelve being the most common estimate). While in Martinique, Gauguin traveled widely there and apparently came into contact with the small community of Indian immigrants, a contact that would later influence his art through the incorporation of Indian symbols. Gauguin, along with Emile Bernard, Charles Laval, Emile Schuffenecker and many others frequently visited the artist colony of Pont-Aven in Brittany. By the bold use of pure color and Symbolist choice of subject matter the group is now considered a Pont-Aven School.


Influences: European, African and Asian art


Like his friend Vincent van Gogh, with whom in 1888 he spent nine weeks painting in Arles, Paul Gauguin experienced bouts of depression and at one time attempted suicide. Disappointed with Impressionism, he felt that traditional European painting had become too imitative and lacked symbolic depth. By contrast, the art of Africa and Asia seemed to him full of mystic symbolism and vigour. There was a vogue in Europe at the time for the art of other cultures, especially that of Japan (Japonism). He was invited to participate in the 1889 exhibition organized by Les XX.


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«M. Paul. Gauguin est né de parents, sinon très riches, du moins qui connurent l'aisance et la douceur de vivre. Son père ....... Peintre français ( 1848-1903), figure importante de la peinture post-impressionniste. «M. Paul. Gauguin est né de parents, sinon très riches, du moins qui connurent l'aisance et la douceur de vivre. Son père collaborait ...
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7 Juin 1848 au 8 mai 1903) était un chef de file peintre post-impressionniste. Son expérimentation audacieuse avec la coloration conduit directement au style de l'art moderne synthétiste tandis que son expression de la signification inhérente des sujets dans ses peintures, sous l'influence du style cloisonnist, a ouvert l...
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7. Juni 1848 - 8. Mai 1903) war ein führender Posten-Impressionist Maler. Sein kühnes Experimentieren mit Farbstoff direkt an den Synthetismus Stil der modernen Kunst geführt, während seine Expression des inhärente Bedeutung der Themen in seinen Gemälden, unter dem Einfluss des cloisonnist Stil, ebnete den Weg zum Primiti...
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7 giugno 1848 - 8 maggio 1903) è stato un leader post-pittore impressionista. La sua sperimentazione audace con coloranti portato direttamente allo stile Synthetist di arte moderna, mentre la sua espressione del significato intrinseco dei soggetti dei suoi dipinti, sotto l'influenza dello stile cloisonniste, ha spianato l...
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (7 junio 1848 a 8 mayo 1903) fue un destacado pintor post-impresionista. Su experimentación audaz con colorantes condujo directamente a la sintetista estilo de arte moderno, mientras que su expresión del significado inherente de los sujetos de sus pinturas, bajo la influencia del estilo cloisonnist, allanó el camino para e...
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Эжен Анри Поль Гоген (7 июня 1848 - 8 мая 1903) был одним из ведущих пост-импрессионистов художник. Его смелые эксперименты с окраской непосредственно привели к Synthetist стиле современного искусства, а его выражение внутреннего смысла предметов в живописи, под влиянием cloisonnist стиль, проложили путь к примитивизму и возвращение к пасторали. Он...
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尤金亨利· 保罗· 高更(1848年6月7日 - 5月8日1903)是一家领先的后印象派画家。他大胆试验,​​着色到现代艺术Synthetist的风格,而直接导致他的影响下的cloisonnist风格的内在含义,在他的画的主题表达,铺平了原始与回归田园的方式。他还木版画和木刻艺术形式的影响力指数。 生活 保罗· 高更,1891年,未知的摄影师,年轻的生命 保罗高更出生在法国巴黎,记者克洛维斯高更和半秘鲁原社会主义领导人弗洛拉特里斯坦的女儿玛丽亚Chazal,艾琳。家庭在1851年离开巴黎秘鲁,出于这一时期的政治气候。克洛维斯在航程中丧生,留下三岁的保罗,他的母亲和妹妹自谋生路。他们生活了四年,在秘鲁首都利马与保罗的叔叔和他的家人。秘鲁的意象,以后会影响保罗...
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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (07 de junho de 1848 - 8 de Maio de 1903) foi um pintor pós-impressionista líder. Sua experimentação ousada com coloração levou diretamente ao estilo Synthetist de arte moderna, enquanto a expressão do significado inerente dos sujeitos em seus quadros, sob a influência do estilo cloisonnist, pavimentou o caminho para o pri...
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ウジェーヌ· アンリ· ポール· ゴーギャン(1848年6月7日 - 1903年5月8日)は、主要なポスト印象派の画家であった。彼の絵画では、被験者の固有の意味の彼の表現ながら、現代美術のSynthetistスタイルに直接つながった着色との彼の大胆な実験は、cloisonnistスタイルの影響を受けて、原始と牧歌への復帰への道を開いた。彼はまた、木の彫刻やアートフォームなど木版画の影響力指数であった。 生活 ポール· ゴーギャン、1891年、未知のカメラマンヤングライフ ポール· ゴーギャンは、ジャーナリストクロヴィス· ゴーギャンとハーフペルーアリーンマリアシャザル、原始社会のリーダーフローラトリスタンの娘にパリ、フラ...
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