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Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin
Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin

Two Tahitian Women - Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin had never achieved such a perfect mastery of his art. Here, the softness of the curves unites perfectly with the primitive strength and the traditional purity that the artist has tried to restore. This singular harmony, this statuary rigidity of the Maories gives a religious atmosphere and their eyes reflect an unfathomable enigma.

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Paul Gauguin had never achieved such a perfect mastery of his art. Here, the softness of the curves unites perfectly with the primitive strength and the traditional purity that the artist has tried to restore. This singular harmony, this statuary rigidity of the Maories gives a religious atmosphere and their eyes reflect an unfathomable enigma.

The artist

French impressionist painter, Paul Gauguin was born on June 7th 1848 in Paris. Descendant of a noble Peruvian family, he grew up there until he was seven before returning to France. He became a sailor, then a stockbroker, but resigned in 1883 to devote himself exclusively to painting, his taste for art intensifying through contact with Impressionists such as Pissarro. Now broke, he left his wife and children to live in Copenhagen. Alone, he travels in search of inspiration: Panama, Martinique, Brittany. He settled in Arles in a studio with Van Gogh, but the latter's hysterical attacks led him to shorten the cohabitation. Wishing to escape Western society, he moved to Tahiti in 1891 and, suffering from heart disease, died on May 8, 1903 on the Marquesas Islands in total destitution.
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