Knowledge Identifier: +Paul_Gauguin
Category: Visual Arts
Born in 1848, deceased in 1903.
Countries: France (66%), Panama (6%), Netherlands (6%)
Linked to: The New York Times, Australian National University, Hermitage Museum, Pont-Aven School
At the age of seven, Gauguin and his family returned to France.
The Vision After the Sermon Jacob wrestling with the Angeloil on canvas , 1859
Two Tahitian Womenoil on canvas , 1870
In 1871, Gauguin returned to Paris where he secured a job as a stockbroker.
He returned to Paris in 1885, after his wife and her family asked him to leave because he renounced the values they shared.
Vincent van Gogh - Similarly in Arles , in spring 1888 he arranged his Flowering Orchards into triptychs, began a series of figures that found its end in The Roulin Family series, and finally, when Gauguin had consented to work and live in Arles side-by-side with Van Gogh, he started to work on The Decorations for the Yellow House, which was by some accounts the most ambitious effort he ever undertook.
The Yellow Christ by Paul Gauguin
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Tahiti - The French painter Paul Gauguin lived on Tahiti in the 1890s and painted many Tahitian subjects
Gauguin left France again on 3 July 1895, never to return.
Both David Sweetman and John Richardson point to the Gauguin sculpture called "Oviri" , the gruesome phallic figure of the Tahitian goddess of life and death that was intended for Gauguin's grave, exhibited in the 1906 retrospective exhibition that even more directly led to "Les Demoiselles
W. Somerset Maugham - In 1916, Maugham travelled to the Pacific to research his novel "The Moon and Sixpence", based on the life of Paul Gauguin
He died on 21 April 1961 in Copenhagen
Emile Marae a Tai, illiterate and raised in Tahiti, was brought to Chicago by French journalist Josette Giraud in 1963 and became an artist of note
Vincent van Gogh - Pickvance , 177 It was one of seven canvases sent to Pont-Aven on 4 October 1888 as exchange of work with Paul Gauguin, Emile_Bernard (Émile_Bernard), Charles Laval, and others