The work and lives of six of the most famous and influential figures of the Post-Impressionist movement are examined in detail in this series from Kultur Films.
Gauguin — Paul Gauguin was 35 when he decided to abandon his lucrative career as a Paris stockbroker and devote himself full time to painting. Known for his bold use of flat, unmixed color, this gave his paintings a strong sense of personal expression. However, his work was not well accepted initially. Poverty and obscurity dominated Gauguin’s years as an artist. The paintings that he created after moving to Tahiti are now recognized as masterpieces of the
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