Seascape with Cow on the Edge of a Cliff is a Post-Impressionist landscape painting by Paul Gauguin. Completed in 1888 during his Breton period, the painting features a cow standing on the edge of a cliff, with a seascape visible in the background. The artwork can be found at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France.
This painting is a classic example of Gauguin’s unique style, with its simplified forms and vibrant color palette. The composition exudes a sense of solitude and peacefulness, with the cow serving as the only living subject in the painting. It is believed that Gauguin chose this theme to convey the peaceful coexistence between humans and animals in the rural life of Brittany.