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In Brittany, 1889 by Paul Gauguin, Breton period. Post-Impressionism. genre painting. Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK

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PAUL GAUGUIN. El Cristo amarillo.  1889. CLOISONISMO. Estilo de pintura postimpresionista donde se utilizan colores planos, en contornos oscuros silueteados perfectamente delimitados.

Paul Gaugin "The Yellow Christ" 1889 (Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY)

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Paul Gauguin, 'Frauen aus Arles (Mistral)', The Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. Lewis Larned Coburn Memorial Collection, © Foto: The Art Institute of Chicago

By Paul Gauguin (1848–1903)

Arte no Campo Paul Gauguin - ‘Peasant woman and cows in a landscape’ (JA,

Paul Gauguin - Post Impressionism - Le Christ au Jardin des Oliviers - Jesus Christ - 1889

Paul Gauguin - Post Impressionism - Le Christ au Jardin des Oliviers - Jesus Christ - 1889

Sacred Spring, Sweet Dreams (Nave Nave Moe) by Paul Gauguin

Sacred Spring, Sweet Dreams (Nave Nave Moe) by Paul Gauguin

1889 painting by French artist Paul Gauguin.

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Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin: The Life, Paintings & Sculptures of Paul Gauguin - The Art History Archive

Paul Gauguin ~ Te vahine fa'atüruma (Peinzende vrouw) ~ 1891 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ 68,7 x 91,2 cm. ~ Worcester Art Museum, Worcester

Te Faaturuma (aka The Brooding Woman) 1891 by Paul Gauguin. Painting analysis, large resolution images, user comments, slideshow and much more.

Paul Gauguin, (French, Post-Impressionism, 1848-1903): Day of the God (Mahana no Atua), 1894. Oil on canvas, 68.3 x 91.5 cm. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Paul Gauguin, (French, Post-Impressionism, 1848-1903): Day of the God (Mahana no Atua), 1894. Oil on canvas, 68.3 x 91.5 cm. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

The Mold

The Mold

Tahitian horses drink and forage with one horseback rider in rear