NEW! This is Gauguin

Struggling against the stifling conformity of the late 19th century's artistic mainstream, Paul Gauguin created some of the most advanced art in a brilliant generation of artists.

Gauguin created paintings whose radically simplified lines and colors echoed the unschooled art of the rustic and native cultures he loved. After his famously disastrous stay with Vincent van Gogh in southern France, Gauguin escaped European civilization for the Polynesian islands. Immersing himself in the culture, he produced a series of radiant canvases and powerful sculptures — his last great works.

From his childhood in Peru to his experiences in Tahiti, the story of Gauguin's life is recounted in authoritative text by an expert on the post-Impressionists, coupled with powerful imagery by an award-winning illustrator.

Author — George Roddam.

Illustrator — Sława Harasymowicz.

Hardcover. 80 pages. 9" × 7" (23 cm × 18 cm).

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