Cloisonnism

Maternity (Three Women on the Seashore) (1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork “Maternity (Three Women on the Seashore)” was created by Paul Gauguin in 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia. This oil on canvas creation measures 94 x 72 cm and is a striking example of the Cloisonnism art movement. Identified as a portrait, the artwork embodies a significant moment in Gauguin’s exploration of maternal themes …

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Delectable Waters (1898; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

“Delectable Waters,” crafted by the esteemed artist Paul Gauguin in 1898 during his time in French Polynesia, is a distinguished example of the Cloisonnism art movement. The artwork was executed using oil on canvas and spans dimensions of 74.5 by 95.7 centimeters. Recognized as a genre painting, it serves not only as an aesthetic creation …

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The little valley (c.1891; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

“The Little Valley” is an artwork by Paul Gauguin, a renowned Post-Impressionist artist, completed circa 1891 during his time in French Polynesia. The piece is executed in oil on canvas and is part of the Cloisonnism art movement, which is characterized by bold and flat forms separated by dark contours. This landscape genre painting is …

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A Canoe (Tahitian Family), (1896; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “A Canoe (Tahitian Family)” was created by the French post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin in 1896 during his time in French Polynesia. It exemplifies the Cloisonnism style, employing bold outlines and flat areas of color. This oil on canvas genre painting measures 96 x 130.5 cm and currently resides in the Hermitage Museum …

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Eiaha Ohipa or Tahitians in a Room (1896; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork “Eiaha Ohipa or Tahitians in a Room” was crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1896, during a time when he was residing in French Polynesia. It is an oil on canvas painting, measuring 65 by 75 centimeters, and exemplifies the Cloisonnism style. The genre painting is part of the collection of the Pushkin Museum …

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She goes down to the fresh water (Haere Pape) (1892; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “She goes down to the fresh water (Haere Pape)” was crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas, the piece measures 91.2 x 66.4 cm and is a quintessential example of the Cloisonnism art movement, characterized by bold outlines and flat areas of …

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The month of Maria (1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “The Month of Maria” by Paul Gauguin was created in the year 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia. Rendered in oil on canvas, this painting exemplifies the Cloisonnism style and measures 97 by 73 centimeters. It is categorized as a portrait and currently resides in the Hermitage Museum located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. …

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Olden times (1892; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Olden times” by Paul Gauguin, dating back to 1892, is an oil on canvas painting embodying the Cloisonnism art movement. With dimensions of 91 by 69 centimeters, this genre painting is currently housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. It was created during Gauguin’s time in French Polynesia, reflecting the influence …

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The rider in front of the hub (1892; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “The Rider in Front of the Hub” is a significant piece by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. This piece is representative of the Cloisonnism art movement and was rendered in oil on canvas, with dimensions measuring 58 by 34 centimeters. The genre of this painting is …

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The swineherd (1889; Pont-aven, France) by Paul Gauguin

“The Swineherd” is an oil on canvas artwork by Paul Gauguin, crafted in 1889 during his time in Pont-Aven, France. The piece aligns with the Cloisonnism movement, characterized by bold and flat forms separated by dark contours. This movement was part of the Post-Impressionist period, where artists began to express emotions and ideas rather than …

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At the Foot of the Mountain (1892; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

“At the Foot of the Mountain” is a notable oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin created in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. This artwork exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 68 by 92 centimeters. As a landscape genre painting, it presently resides in the Hermitage Museum located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. …

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Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ) (1896; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ)” is a creation by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1896 during his time in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas, it measures 66 by 75 centimeters. This piece exemplifies the Cloisonnism style, characterized by bold outlines and flat areas of color. It is an allegorical painting with …

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Still life with mangoes (c.1893; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Still Life with Mangoes” was created by the artist Paul Gauguin circa 1893 during his time in French Polynesia. It is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 30.4 x 47.4 cm, and is currently held in a private collection. This piece exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement, a style known for bold outlines …

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Still life with Tahitian oranges (1892; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Still life with Tahitian Oranges” is a creation of the artist Paul Gauguin from the year 1892, during his time in French Polynesia. It is an oil on canvas painting, exemplifying the Cloisonnism art movement, which is known for bold outlines and flat areas of color. The genre of the painting is …

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Peasant Woman and Cows in a Landscape (1890; France) by Paul Gauguin

“Peasant Woman and Cows in a Landscape,” created by Paul Gauguin in 1890 in France, is an oil on canvas artwork that exemplifies the Cloisonnism movement, which is a style of post-Impressionist painting with bold and flat forms separated by dark contours. This work is classified as a genre painting, a form of artwork depicting …

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Still life with teapot and fruits (1896; French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Still life with teapot and fruits” is an exceptional creation by the artist Paul Gauguin, dating back to 1896 and originating from French Polynesia. This oil on canvas masterpiece reflects the distinct Cloisonnism style and measures 47.6 by 66 cm. Classified as a still life genre, this painting is part of the …

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Two tahitian women (1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork entitled “Two Tahitian Women” was created by the artist Paul Gauguin in 1899, during his time in Punaauia, French Polynesia. This oil on canvas painting measures 94 x 72.4 cm and is executed in the Cloisonnism style, a branch of post-Impressionism noted for bold contours and vivid colors. It is a portrait genre …

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The Yellow Christ (Le Christ jaune) (1889) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork “The Yellow Christ” is an allegorical painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1889. This oil on canvas embodies the Cloisonnism art movement, with its vivid, flat areas of color and bold outlines. Measuring 92 by 73 centimeters, the artwork is exhibited at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, United States. Gauguin …

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Femmes de Tahiti OR Sur la plage - Gauguin, Paul - 1891 - 2

Femmes de Tahiti OR Sur la plage (1891) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork “Femmes de Tahiti” or “Sur la plage” by Paul Gauguin was created in 1891 as an oil on canvas. This piece represents the Cloisonnism art movement and falls under the genre “scène de genre,” depicting everyday life scenes. The artwork measures 69 by 91.5 centimeters and is currently housed in the Musée d’Orsay …

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Portrait of the Artist with the Idol (c. 1893) by Paul Gauguin

“Portrait of the Artist with the Idol” is an artwork by Paul Gauguin, completed circa 1893 using oil on canvas. The piece is an exemplar of the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 43.8 by 32.7 centimeters. This self-portrait genre work is housed at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Gauguin created …

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Self-portrait with Halo (1889) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork, “Self-portrait with Halo,” is an oil on wood painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1889. This self-portrait exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 72.9 x 51.3 cm. Gauguin completed this piece in Pont-Aven, France, and it is currently housed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The artwork showcases Gauguin’s …

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