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Gauguin

Paul . 1848--1903, French postimpressionist painter, who worked in the South Pacific from 1891. Inspired by primitive art, his work is characterized by flat contrasting areas of pure colours
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Gamboni takes Gauguin seriously, not only as an artist or a fabulist, but as an intellectual.
Painted when the artist was 36, Gauguin had been working as a successful stockbroker before a financial crisis took hold of the French economy and he and his family relocated from Paris to Rouen.
During his travels to the South Sea Islands, Gauguin found that many of his expectations for a life of wildness filled with savages and untamed nature existed only in myths and fables.
In 2014, m/s Paul Gauguin will set sail on waters surrounding the tropical islands from January through May and September through December.
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Gauguin spent the last years of his life in Tahiti, where some of his most famous works depict the Polynesians.
Gauguin (1848-1903), a Frenchman, first traveled to Tahiti in 1891 and was known for his erotic portraits of local women and for his moral failings, including sexual relationships with his underage models.
A Christie's employee prepares Nature Morte A L'Esperance by Gauguin before the sale of Impressionist and Modern Art
Gauguin painted the work, Nature Morte A L'Esperance, in Tahiti in 1901.
Staff at the Worcester museum wanted something from the same period as the Gauguin, the Impressionist and post-Impressionist era.