Paul Gauguin was one of the most original artists of the late 19th century, achieving international recognition for his Post-Impressionist and Synthetist style, which would later influence the French Avant-Garde and modern artists such as Picasso and Matisse. In this book, Belinda Thomson gives a comprehensive account of his life and work.
Gauguin’s art - painting, sculpture, prints and ceramics - is inseparable from his public persona, and this book discusses his work in relation to his exhibitions, their critical reception, and his relationships with his contemporaries. Thomson also gives us a glimpse into his private world through his extensive writings, journals and letters.
Drawing on thirty years of new scholarship since its first edition, this updated book provides an excellent introduction to the controversial artist.
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
|Dimensions||21 x 15 x 1 cm|
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