Paintings reproductions - Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin (born 7 June 1848 in Paris, died 8 May 1903 in Atuona on the island of Hiva 'Oa on the Marques) is a French painter, descendant of the famous writer Flora Tristan.
His painting was characterized by synthetics and an extremely clear palette of colors. It was also important to use lines to separate adjacent colors in the image.
Gauguin was friends with Vincent van Gogh for several years. Two artists even lived with each other, but van Gogh's emotional instability led to the breakdown of this acquaintance. Frequent quarrels caused by their impulsive characters led to a dramatic quarrel, after which Paul returned to Paris.
Selected works: White horse, washerwomen in Arles, gold of their bodies, Jacob's fight with an angel, Yellow Christ, Beautiful Angele.