Paul Gauguin, Two Tahitian Women, 1899 Metropolitan Museum, New York
Paul Gauguin ``Two Tahitian woman``
Two Tahitian Women, 1899, by Paul Gauguin. A French Post Impressionist and Primitivist, Gauguin moved to Tahiti and painted his obsession with Tahitian women. Influenced by folk art and Japanese prints, his style was labeled Cloisonnism after its flat paint treatment with bold outlines, reminiscent of medieval cloisonne enameling techniques. Gauguin was also known as a Synthetist and a Symbolist.
Spicy Autumn - The Sensuous Backpacker a deep autumn - painter Gaugin
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Mujer tahitiana Año 1898. Técnica Óleo sobre lienzo. 72,5 x 93,5 cm. Propiedad Ordrupgaard. Copenhague, Dinamarca. Ordrupgaard. Copenhague. Foto: Pernille Klemp
Gauguin...this was one of his most controversial paintings dues to the detail on the right where the woman and child are portrayed as saints..was a huge blasphemy in those days
Paul Gauguin, Ia Orana Maria (Hail Mary) 1891, post impressionism The Metropolitan Museum of Art
And this... 'The Call' by Gauguin
Gauguin in Tahiti
Gauguin, Maternite, 1899
Paul Gauguin Spicy Autumn
Paul Gauguin Madame Gauguin 1880
Jeanne d'Arc, or Breton girl spinning, 1889, fresco on wood, 134 x 62.9 cm. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Cloisonnism, Breton period, Paul Gauguin (1848-1903).
Mata Mua, Paul Gauguin