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Gauguin (Artists in Focus)
Gauguin (Artists in Focus)
The Art Institute of Chicago | 2001 | ISBN: 0810967391 | English | 120 pages | PDF | 15.6 MB

To fully understand the scope and originality of the art of Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), one must consider not only his paintings but also his prints, ceramics, sculptures, and drawings. The Art Institute of Chicago's collection of works by Paul Gauguin is one of the most important in the United States, including examples from nearly every material in which he worked and from every period of his career. This selection of almost forty works of art - reproduced in full-color-includes such famous paintings as Arlesiennes (Mistral), Tehamana Has Many Parents (Merahi metua no Tehemana), Day of the God (Mahana no atua), and his Noa-Noa prints. The accompanying essay by Britt Salvesen demonstrates the degree to which the artist eagerly embraced the unconventional in art, as in life, and how, through constant experimentation, he achieved great innovation and powerful expression.

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