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Paul Gauguin 1848-1903: The Primitive Sophisticate

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ISBN13:

9783836543439

ISBN10:
3836543435
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
3/15/2013
Publisher(s):
Taschen America Llc

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Summary

Gauguin's search for pristine originality and unadulterated nature After starting a career as a bank broker, Paul Gauguin(18481903) turned to painting only at age twenty-five. After initial successes within the Impressionist circle, he broke with Vincent van Gogh and subsequentlywhen private difficulties caused him to become restlessembarked on a peripatetic life, wandering first through Europe and finally, in the search for pristine originality and unadulterated nature, to Tahiti. The paintings created from this time to his death in 1903 brought him posthumous fame. In pictures devoid of any attempt at romantically disguising the life style of the primitive island peoples, Gauguin was able to convey the magical effect that both the landscapes and life of the nativestheir body language, charm and beautyhad on him. Wearying of his reputation as a South Sea painter, Gauguin finally determined to return to France, but died of syphilis on the Marquis Islands before his departure. About the Series: Every book in TASCHEN's Basic Art Series features: a detailed chronological summary of the artist's life and work, covering the cultural and historical importance of the artist approximately 100 color illustrations with explanatory captions a concise biography


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