Paul Gauguin (7 June 1848 – 8 May 1903)

Paul Gauguin, Nirvana, Portrait of Meyer de Haan c. 1889.

Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin was a French painter, graphic artist, and
ceramic sculptor who was a major representative of Post-
Impressionism. Gauguin's works were not in demand during his 
lifetime, the artist was poor, and he became famous after his 
death, in 1906, thanks to the art dealer Ambroise Vollard, who 
organized an exhibition in Paris, where 227 of his works were 
exhibited. He had a strong influence on the French avant-
garde, in particular on the paintings of artists such as Picasso.

Paul Gauguin, The Ford (The Flight) 1901.

Paul Gauguin, Portrait of a Young Woman. Vaïte 
(Jeanne) Goupil 1896.

Paul Gauguin, The Black Pigs 1891.

Paul Gauguin, The Fire Dance 1891.

Paul Gauguin, Sailing Vessel in Moonlight 1878.

Paul Gauguin, Still Life with Fish c. 1878.

Paul Gauguin, The Great Buddha 1899.

Paul Gauguin, The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa (Marquesan Man in 
the Red Cape) 1902.

Paul Gauguin, Bonjour Monsieur Gauguin 1889.

Paul Gauguin, Riders on the Beach (II) 1902.

Paul Gauguin, Lollichon Field and Pont-Aven Church 1886.

Paul Gauguin, The Large Tree 1891.

Paul Gauguin, In the Henhouse c. 1878.

Paul Gauguin, The Beautiful Angele 1889.

Paul Gauguin, Mette Asleep on a Sofa 1875.

Paul Gauguin, Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers 1888.

Paul Gauguin, Tehaʼamana Has 
Many Parents, or The Ancestors of Tehamana 1893.

Paul Gauguin, The Embroiderer 1880.

Paul Gauguin, Not to Work 1896.

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