Ingeborg Thaulow (1883; Paris, France) by Paul Gauguin

Ingeborg Thaulow - Paul Gauguin - 1883; Paris, France

Artwork Information

TitleIngeborg Thaulow
ArtistPaul Gauguin
Date1883; Paris, France
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationPrivate Collection

About Ingeborg Thaulow

The artwork entitled “Ingeborg Thaulow” is a creation by the artist Paul Gauguin, completed in 1883 in Paris, France. The medium of this portrait is oil on canvas, and it aligns with the Impressionism art movement. Currently, the piece is held in a private collection.

“Ingeborg Thaulow” by Paul Gauguin is a portrayal of a woman depicted in three-quarter profile. The subject’s face is gently rendered, with a subtle color palette that draws attention to her delicate features and serene expression. She is adorned with a stylish hat that is indicative of the fashion of the time, and her attire suggests a level of refinement and grace. The brush strokes are loose and expressive, characteristic of the Impressionist technique, which captures the play of light and atmosphere rather than concentrating on intricate detail. The background is deliberately subdued and abstract, ensuring the viewer’s focus remains on the subject. The artwork exudes the era’s essence and Gauguin’s distinct style, providing a glimpse into the cultural and artistic context of late 19th-century France.

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