DAC Collection Artist Information
French painter and printmaker
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Gauguin was one of the leading French painters of the Postimpressionist period. He is noted for his imaginative subjects and expressive use of color, in attempts to capture a more primitive emotion in his works. He professed an appreciation of exotic peoples, whom he believed to be innocent of modern civilization's woes. French painter and printmaker.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500011421.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Paul Gauguin:
|Paul Gauguin||Titre pour “Le Sourire”, ca. 1900||Woodcut on thin Japanese paper|
|Paul Gauguin||Joys of Brittany (Joies de Bretagne), possibly 1889||Lithograph on yellow wove paper|
|Paul Gauguin||Breton Women at a Fence (Bretonnes à la Barrière), 1889||Lithograph on yellow wove paper|
|Paul Gauguin||Portrait of the Poet, Stéphane Mallarmé, 1891||Etching on laid paper, modern?|
|Paul Gauguin||Te Po (La Grand Nuit), 1893-1894||Woodcut printed in black, orange, and yellow inks on tan wove paper|
|Paul Gauguin||Te Atua (The Gods), 1893-1894||Woodcut printed in two colors, black and orange on Japan paper|
|Paul Gauguin||Ja Orana Maria (Je vous salue, Marie), 19th century||Lithograph|
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