524 Paul Gauguin Paintings

Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin was a French Post-Impressionist artist known for his bold use of color and innovative approach to painting. Born in Paris in 1848, Gauguin initially worked as a successful stockbroker before turning to art full-time in his late 30s. He spent much of his artistic career in Tahiti and the South Pacific, where he was inspired by the local culture and landscapes. Gauguin's work often featured vibrant colors, simplified forms, and a sense of exoticism. He is considered one of the most important artists of the 19th century and his work continues to be admired for its beauty and originality.

1. Blue Barge

Blue Barge
  • Artwork Name: Blue Barge
  • Year: 1882; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 29.8 x 47 cm

2. Blue roofs of Rouen

Blue roofs of Rouen

3. Bonjour, Monsieur Gauguin

Bonjour, Monsieur Gauguin

4. Bordeaux Harbour

Bordeaux Harbour

5. Bouquet

Bouquet
  • Artwork Name: Bouquet
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.3 x 54.5 cm

6. Bouquet of flowers

Bouquet of flowers

7. Bouquet of flowers

Bouquet of flowers

8. Bouquet of Flowers with a Window Open to the Sea (Reverse of Hay-Making in Brittany)

Bouquet of Flowers with a Window Open to the Sea (Reverse of Hay-Making in Brittany)

9. Bouquet of Peonies on a Musical Score

Bouquet of Peonies on a Musical Score

10. Boy by the Water

Boy by the Water

11. Hillside

Hillside
  • Artwork Name: Hillside
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas

12. Hina, Moon Goddess and Te Fatu, Earth Spirit

Hina, Moon Goddess and Te Fatu, Earth Spirit

13. Horse and Cow in a Meadow

Horse and Cow in a Meadow

14. Houses at Vaugirard

Houses at Vaugirard

15. Houses in le Pouldu

Houses in le Pouldu

16. Human misery

Human misery
  • Artwork Name: Human misery
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

17. Huts under Trees

Huts under Trees

18. Hut under the coconut palms

Hut under the coconut palms

19. Ia orana Maria (Hail Mary)

Ia orana Maria (Hail Mary)

20. Idol

Idol
  • Artwork Name: Idol
  • Year: 1898; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

21. Port de Javel

Port de Javel

22. Portrait of a child (Aline Gauguin)

Portrait of a child (Aline Gauguin)

23. Portrait of Achille Granchi Taylor

Portrait of Achille Granchi Taylor

24. Portrait of Aline

Portrait of Aline
  • Artwork Name: Portrait of Aline
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,panel

25. Portrait of a little boy

Portrait of a little boy

26. Portrait of a man wearing a lavalliere

Portrait of a man wearing a lavalliere

27. Portrait of a mother

Portrait of a mother

28. Portrait of a seated man

Portrait of a seated man

29. Portrait of Atiti

Portrait of Atiti
  • Artwork Name: Portrait of Atiti
  • Year: c.1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 30 x 21 cm

30. Tahitian Landscape

Tahitian Landscape

31. Tahitian landscape

Tahitian landscape
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian landscape
  • Year: 1897; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

32. Tahitian Man with His Arms Raised

Tahitian Man with His Arms Raised

33. Tahitian mountains

Tahitian mountains
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian mountains
  • Year: 1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 93 cm

34. Faa Iheihe (Tahitian pastoral)

Faa Iheihe (Tahitian pastoral)

35. Tahitian pastorale

Tahitian pastorale

36. Tahitians at rest (unfinished)

Tahitians at rest (unfinished)

37. Tahitian Scene

Tahitian Scene
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian Scene
  • Year: c.1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

38. Tahitian village

Tahitian village

39. Tahitian Woman

Tahitian Woman
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian Woman
  • Year: 1894
  • Medium: charcoal,pastel,paper
  • Dimensions: 54.9 x 49.5 cm

40. Two vases of flowers and a fan

Two vases of flowers and a fan

41. Two women (Flowered hair)

Two women (Flowered hair)

42. Under the Pandanus

Under the Pandanus
  • Artwork Name: Under the Pandanus
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 67 x 90 cm

43. Upstream of Pont-Aven

Upstream of Pont-Aven

44. Vairumati

Vairumati
  • Artwork Name: Vairumati
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

45. Vase of flowers

Vase of flowers

46. Vase of flowers

Vase of flowers
  • Artwork Name: Vase of flowers
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 64 x 74 cm

47. Vaugirard church

Vaugirard church

48. View of Pont-Aven from Lezaven

View of Pont-Aven from Lezaven

49. View of the beach at Bellangenai

View of the beach at Bellangenai

50. Breton Boy by the Aven River

Breton Boy by the Aven River

51. Breton Boy in a Landscape with Goose

Breton Boy in a Landscape with Goose

52. Breton Boys Wrestling

Breton Boys Wrestling

53. Breton Eve

Breton Eve
  • Artwork Name: Breton Eve
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: pastel,watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 33.7 x 31.1 cm

54. Breton Fisherman

Breton Fisherman

55. Breton Girls by the sea

Breton Girls by the sea

56. Breton Landscape - Fields by the Sea (Le Pouldu)

Breton Landscape - Fields by the Sea (Le Pouldu)

57. Bretons and cows

Bretons and cows

58. Breton village under snow

Breton village under snow

59. Breton Woman

Breton Woman
  • Artwork Name: Breton Woman
  • Year: 1886; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: chalk,paper

60. In Brittany

In Brittany
  • Artwork Name: In Brittany
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 37.7 x 27 cm

61. Ingeborg Thaulow

Ingeborg Thaulow

62. Interior of the Painter's House, rue Carcel

Interior of the Painter's House, rue Carcel

63. In the forest Saint Cloud

In the forest Saint Cloud

64. In the forest Saint Cloud II

In the forest Saint Cloud II

65. In the Heat (The Pigs)

In the Heat (The Pigs)

66. In the Vanilla Grove, Man and Horse (The Rendezvous)

In the Vanilla Grove, Man and Horse (The Rendezvous)

67. In the Waves

In the Waves
  • Artwork Name: In the Waves
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 72 cm

68. Jeanne d'Arc, or Breton girl spinning

Jeanne d'Arc, or Breton girl spinning

69. Joyousness

Joyousness
  • Artwork Name: Joyousness
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: gouache,watercolor

70. Portrait of a woman (Marie Lagadu)

Portrait of a woman (Marie Lagadu)

71. Portrait of a Young Woman, Vaite (Jeanne) Goupil

Portrait of a Young Woman, Vaite (Jeanne) Goupil

72. Portrait of Claude Antoine Charles Favre

Portrait of Claude Antoine Charles Favre

73. Portrait of Gaugin's daughter Aline

Portrait of Gaugin's daughter Aline

74. Portrait of Ingeborg Thaulow

Portrait of Ingeborg Thaulow

75. Portrait of Isidore Gauguin

Portrait of Isidore Gauguin

76. Portrait of Louis Roy

Portrait of Louis Roy

77. Portrait of Madelaine Bernard

Portrait of Madelaine Bernard

78. Portrait of Philibert Favre

Portrait of Philibert Favre

79. Portrait of Suzanne Bambridge

Portrait of Suzanne Bambridge

80. Tahitian Woman

Tahitian Woman
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian Woman
  • Year: 1899; French Polynesia
  • Medium: pastel,paper

81. Tahitian woman and boy

Tahitian woman and boy

82. Tahitian woman and two children

Tahitian woman and two children

83. Tahitian Woman in a Landscape

Tahitian Woman in a Landscape

84. Tahitian woman near river

Tahitian woman near river

85. Tahitian woman's head

Tahitian woman's head
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian woman's head
  • Year: c.1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: pencil,paper
  • Dimensions: 16 x 12 cm

86. Tahitian woman with flower in her hair

Tahitian woman with flower in her hair

87. Tahitian women

Tahitian women
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian women
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 69 x 91.5 cm

88. Tahitian Women Bathing

Tahitian Women Bathing

89. Tahitian women on the beach

Tahitian women on the beach

90. Village in the snow

Village in the snow
  • Artwork Name: Village in the snow
  • Year: 1894; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 76.52 x 66.04 cm

91. Village street, Osny

Village street, Osny

92. Washerwomen

Washerwomen
  • Artwork Name: Washerwomen
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

93. Washerwomen at Pont-Aven

Washerwomen at Pont-Aven

94. Washerwomen at Roubine du Roi

Washerwomen at Roubine du Roi

95. Watering place

Watering place

96. What's New?

What's New?
  • Artwork Name: What's New?
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 67 x 92 cm

97. When Will You Marry?

When Will You Marry?
  • Artwork Name: When Will You Marry?
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 102 x 78 cm

98. Where are you going?

Where are you going?
  • Artwork Name: Where are you going?
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 96 x 69 cm

99. Breton Woman and Goose by the Water

Breton Woman and Goose by the Water

100. Breton Woman with a Pitcher

Breton Woman with a Pitcher

101. Breton Women at the Turn

Breton Women at the Turn

102. Brittany landscape with women carrying sack

Brittany landscape with women carrying sack

103. Brooding Woman

Brooding Woman
  • Artwork Name: Brooding Woman
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 91.2 x 68.7 cm

104. Bust of a nude girl

Bust of a nude girl
  • Artwork Name: Bust of a nude girl
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,panel

105. By the Sea

By the Sea
  • Artwork Name: By the Sea
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 67.9 x 91.5 cm

106. By the Stream, Autumn

By the Stream, Autumn

107. Cabin under the trees

Cabin under the trees

108. Cail Factories and Quai of Grenelle

Cail Factories and Quai of Grenelle

109. Kelp gatherers

Kelp gatherers
  • Artwork Name: Kelp gatherers
  • Year: 1890; France
  • Medium: pencil,watercolor,paper

110. Kneeling cow

Kneeling cow
  • Artwork Name: Kneeling cow
  • Year: 1888; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

111. Landscape

Landscape
  • Artwork Name: Landscape
  • Year: 1885; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

112. Landscape

Landscape
  • Artwork Name: Landscape
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 94 x 73 cm

113. Landscape at Arles

Landscape at Arles
  • Artwork Name: Landscape at Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.5 x 92 cm

114. Landscape at Le Pouldu

Landscape at Le Pouldu

115. Landscape at Le Pouldu, the isolated house

Landscape at Le Pouldu, the isolated house

116. Landscape at Pont-Aven

Landscape at Pont-Aven

117. Landscape near Arles

Landscape near Arles
  • Artwork Name: Landscape near Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 91.4 x 72.5 cm

118. Landscape near Osny

Landscape near Osny

119. Portrait of two children (Paul and Jean Schuffneker)

Portrait of two children (Paul and Jean Schuffneker)

120. Portrait of William Molard

Portrait of William Molard

121. Pots and Boquets

Pots and Boquets

122. Quarries at Pontoise

Quarries at Pontoise

123. Quarries at Pontoise II

Quarries at Pontoise II

124. Quarry hole in the cliff

Quarry hole in the cliff

125. Reclining Tahitian Women

Reclining Tahitian Women

126. Red hat

Red hat
  • Artwork Name: Red hat
  • Year: 1886; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

127. Redheaded woman and sunflowers

Redheaded woman and sunflowers

128. Red roof by the water

Red roof by the water

129. Tahitian women under the palms

Tahitian women under the palms

130. Taperaa Mahana

Taperaa Mahana
  • Artwork Name: Taperaa Mahana
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 97 cm

131. Tehamana has many parents (The Ancestors of Tehamana)

Tehamana has many parents (The Ancestors of Tehamana)

132. Te Nave Nave Fenua (Delightful Land)

Te Nave Nave Fenua (Delightful Land)

133. The Agony in the Garden

The Agony in the Garden

134. The artist's children

The artist's children
  • Artwork Name: The artist's children
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas

135. The Bathers

The Bathers
  • Artwork Name: The Bathers
  • Year: 1897; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.4 x 93.4 cm

136. The boss's daughter

The boss's daughter
  • Artwork Name: The boss's daughter
  • Year: 1886; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.3 x 46 cm

137. The Call

The Call
  • Artwork Name: The Call
  • Year: 1902; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

138. The Cellist (Portrait of Upaupa Scheklud)

The Cellist (Portrait of Upaupa Scheklud)

139. Whispered Words

Whispered Words
  • Artwork Name: Whispered Words
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

140. White house

White house
  • Artwork Name: White house
  • Year: 1885; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

141. Why Are You Angry?

Why Are You Angry?
  • Artwork Name: Why Are You Angry?
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 95.3 x 130.5 cm

142. Willow by the Aven

Willow by the Aven
  • Artwork Name: Willow by the Aven
  • Year: 1888; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 76.3 x 62.8 cm

143. Willows

Willows
  • Artwork Name: Willows
  • Year: 1885; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

144. Willows

Willows
  • Artwork Name: Willows
  • Year: 1889
  • Medium: oil,canvas

145. Winter Landscape

Winter Landscape
  • Artwork Name: Winter Landscape
  • Year: 1879; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.5 x 80.5 cm

146. Winter's end

Winter's end
  • Artwork Name: Winter's end
  • Year: 1885; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

147. Woman by the sea

Woman by the sea
  • Artwork Name: Woman by the sea
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92.5 x 74 cm

148. Woman Holding a Fruit

Woman Holding a Fruit
  • Artwork Name: Woman Holding a Fruit
  • Year: 1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92.5 x 73.5 cm

149. Calvaire breton

Calvaire breton
  • Artwork Name: Calvaire breton
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73.5 cm

150. Captain Jacob

Captain Jacob

151. Caribbean Woman, or Female Nude with Sunflowers

Caribbean Woman, or Female Nude with Sunflowers

152. Cattle drinking

Cattle drinking

153. Change of Residence

Change of Residence

154. Change of Residence

Change of Residence

155. Chicken Coop

Chicken Coop
  • Artwork Name: Chicken Coop
  • Year: c.1875; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 22 x 33.5 cm

156. China Asters, Hat and Book

China Asters, Hat and Book

157. Christmas night

Christmas night
  • Artwork Name: Christmas night
  • Year: 1894; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

158. Clay jug and irin mug

Clay jug and irin mug

159. Landscape of Brittany

Landscape of Brittany
  • Artwork Name: Landscape of Brittany
  • Year: 1888; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 89.3 x 116.8 cm

160. Landscape with black pigs and a crouching Tahitian

Landscape with black pigs and a crouching Tahitian

161. Landscape with cows in an Orchard

Landscape with cows in an Orchard

162. Landscape with geese

Landscape with geese

163. Landscape with peacocks

Landscape with peacocks

164. Landscape with Poplars

Landscape with Poplars

165. Landscape with three figures

Landscape with three figures

166. Landscape with three trees

Landscape with three trees

167. Landscape with two breton women

Landscape with two breton women

168. Landscape with two goats

Landscape with two goats

169. Returning from the harvest (Manuring)

Returning from the harvest (Manuring)

170. Riders on the Beach I

Riders on the Beach I

171. Riders on the Beach II

Riders on the Beach II

172. River Aven below moun Saint Marguerite

River Aven below moun Saint Marguerite

173. River bank in winter

River bank in winter

174. Riverside (Breton landscape)

Riverside (Breton landscape)

175. Road in Tahiti

Road in Tahiti
  • Artwork Name: Road in Tahiti
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

176. Rocks and sea

Rocks and sea
  • Artwork Name: Rocks and sea
  • Year: 1886; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

177. Rocks on the breton coast

Rocks on the breton coast

178. Rocks on the coast

Rocks on the coast

179. The child

The child
  • Artwork Name: The child
  • Year: 1895
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 32.1 x 25.4 cm

180. The cliffs of Le-Bouille

The cliffs of Le-Bouille

181. The clog-maker

The clog-maker
  • Artwork Name: The clog-maker
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

182. The creek, Le Pouldu

The creek, Le Pouldu

183. The dreaming

The dreaming
  • Artwork Name: The dreaming
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 35.2 x 64.4 cm

184. The embroiderer or Mette Gauguin

The embroiderer or Mette Gauguin

185. The encounter

The encounter
  • Artwork Name: The encounter
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

186. The farm in Grue

The farm in Grue
  • Artwork Name: The farm in Grue
  • Year: 1883; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46.3 cm

187. The first flowers

The first flowers

188. The fisherwomen of Tahiti

The fisherwomen of Tahiti

189. Woman with a Flower

Woman with a Flower
  • Artwork Name: Woman with a Flower
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 70 x 46 cm

190. Woman with a Mango

Woman with a Mango
  • Artwork Name: Woman with a Mango
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.7 x 44.5 cm

191. Women and white horse

Women and white horse
  • Artwork Name: Women and white horse
  • Year: 1903; French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 73.3 x 91.7 cm

192. Women at the banks of river

Women at the banks of river

193. Women at the riverside

Women at the riverside

194. Women bathing (Dieppe)

Women bathing (Dieppe)

195. Wooded path

Wooded path
  • Artwork Name: Wooded path
  • Year: 1884; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

196. Words of the Devil

Words of the Devil

197. Working the land

Working the land
  • Artwork Name: Working the land
  • Year: 1873; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 50.5 x 81.6 cm

198. Yellow Haystacks (Golden Harvest)

Yellow Haystacks (Golden Harvest)

199. Clearing

Clearing
  • Artwork Name: Clearing
  • Year: 1873; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46 cm

200. Cliff near Dieppe

Cliff near Dieppe

201. Clovis

Clovis
  • Artwork Name: Clovis
  • Year: 1886; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 56.6 x 40.8 cm

202. Clovis Gauguin asleep

Clovis Gauguin asleep
  • Artwork Name: Clovis Gauguin asleep
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas

203. Coastal landscape

Coastal landscape
  • Artwork Name: Coastal landscape
  • Year: 1886; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 71 x 92 cm

204. Coastal Landscape from Martinique

Coastal Landscape from Martinique

205. Come here

Come here
  • Artwork Name: Come here
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

206. Coming and going, Martinique

Coming and going, Martinique

207. Conversation

Conversation
  • Artwork Name: Conversation
  • Year: 1885; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.5 x 73.5 cm

208. Corner of the garden rue Carsal

Corner of the garden rue Carsal

209. Lane at alchamps, Arles

Lane at alchamps, Arles
  • Artwork Name: Lane at alchamps, Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.5 x 91.5 cm

210. Lilac bouquet

Lilac bouquet
  • Artwork Name: Lilac bouquet
  • Year: 1885; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

211. Little breton bather

Little breton bather
  • Artwork Name: Little breton bather
  • Year: 1888; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 28.6 x 21.3 cm

212. Lollichon Field

Lollichon Field
  • Artwork Name: Lollichon Field
  • Year: 1886; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

213. Lollichon's Field and the Church of Pont-Aven

Lollichon's Field and the Church of Pont-Aven

214. Madame Alexandre Kohler

Madame Alexandre Kohler

215. Madame Roulin

Madame Roulin
  • Artwork Name: Madame Roulin
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 51 x 64 cm

216. Mandolina and Flowers

Mandolina and Flowers

217. Mandolin on a chair

Mandolin on a chair

218. Mango pickers (Martinique)

Mango pickers (Martinique)

219. Rouen at spring

Rouen at spring
  • Artwork Name: Rouen at spring
  • Year: 1884; Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

220. Rouen suburb

Rouen suburb
  • Artwork Name: Rouen suburb
  • Year: 1884; Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

221. Rue Jouvenet, Rouen

Rue Jouvenet, Rouen
  • Artwork Name: Rue Jouvenet, Rouen
  • Year: 1884; Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

222. Sacred Spring

Sacred Spring
  • Artwork Name: Sacred Spring
  • Year: 1894
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 74 x 100 cm

223. Scene from Tahitian Life

Scene from Tahitian Life

224. Schooner and three masters

Schooner and three masters

225. Schuffenecker Family

Schuffenecker Family

226. Seaside harvest

Seaside harvest
  • Artwork Name: Seaside harvest
  • Year: 1890; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73 cm

227. Seated breton girl

Seated breton girl

228. Self Portrait

Self Portrait
  • Artwork Name: Self Portrait
  • Year: c.1890; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 38 cm

229. The Forest Edge

The Forest Edge

230. The Forest Path

The Forest Path

231. The garden in winter, rue Carcel

The garden in winter, rue Carcel

232. The Great Buddha

The Great Buddha
  • Artwork Name: The Great Buddha
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 134 x 95 cm

233. The Green Christ

The Green Christ

234. The guitar player

The guitar player

235. The Ham

The Ham
  • Artwork Name: The Ham
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 50 x 58 cm

236. The Hibiscus Tree

The Hibiscus Tree
  • Artwork Name: The Hibiscus Tree
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 68 x 90.7 cm

237. The house of singing

The house of singing
  • Artwork Name: The house of singing
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 51 x 90 cm

238. The Invocation

The Invocation
  • Artwork Name: The Invocation
  • Year: 1903; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.5 x 75.6 cm

239. Young breton by the sea

Young breton by the sea

240. Young Breton Woman

Young Breton Woman
  • Artwork Name: Young Breton Woman
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 38 cm

241. Young Christian Girl

Young Christian Girl
  • Artwork Name: Young Christian Girl
  • Year: 1894; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.2 x 46.7 cm

242. Young Girl Dreaming (Study of a Child Asleep)

Young Girl Dreaming (Study of a Child Asleep)

243. Young Man with a Flower Behind his Ear

Young Man with a Flower Behind his Ear

244. Young woman at the window

Young woman at the window

245. Young woman lying in a grass

Young woman lying in a grass

246. Abandoned garden in Rouen

Abandoned garden in Rouen

The artwork titled "Abandoned Garden in Rouen," created by Paul Gauguin circa 1884 in Paris, France, epitomizes the Impressionism movement. Rendered in oil on canvas, this landscape painting measures 65 x 54 cm and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts an overgrown and neglected garden with trees and dense foliage, presenting an atmosphere of solitude and nature's reclaiming presence.

247. A big tree

A big tree
  • Artwork Name: A big tree
  • Year: 1891
  • Medium: oil,jute
  • Dimensions: 73 x 91.5 cm

The artwork titled "A Big Tree" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1891, is an oil painting on jute that exemplifies the Post-Impressionism art movement. It measures 73 x 91.5 cm and is classified as a genre painting. Currently housed at the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, IL, US, the artwork depicts a serene rural scene dominated by the grandeur of a large tree. Underneath its expansive canopy, native figures engage in daily activities in a lush, tropical setting, reflecting Gauguin's fascination with the idyllic and exotic landscapes. The painting's vibrant colors and dynamic composition evoke a sense of tranquility and connection to nature.

248. A blue roof (Farm in Pouldu)

A blue roof (Farm in Pouldu)

"A Blue Roof (Farm in Pouldu)" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1890 in France. As a notable example of the Post-Impressionism movement, the artwork measures 71.1 by 90.2 centimeters and is classified under the landscape genre. The painting is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a rural farm scene with vividly colored structures and natural elements, characterized by bold and expressive brushstrokes. In the foreground, two dogs roam a grassy area, while the background features a variety of buildings with distinctively hued roofs, framed by trees and an expansive sky.

249. Cottages on Mount Sainte Marguerite

Cottages on Mount Sainte Marguerite

The artwork "Cottages on Mount Sainte Marguerite" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888 in France, is an oil painting on panel representative of the Post-Impressionism movement. As a landscape genre piece, it captures the picturesque cottages amidst the undulating terrain of Mount Sainte Marguerite. Executed with vivid colors and expressive brushstrokes, the artwork conveys the natural beauty and serene atmosphere of the countryside. Presently, this exquisite piece resides in a private collection.

250. Cove opposite Pont-Aven Harbor

Cove opposite Pont-Aven Harbor

"Cove opposite Pont-Aven Harbor" is an oil-on-canvas landscape painted by Paul Gauguin in 1888, during his time in Pont-Aven, France. This artwork, classified under the Post-Impressionism movement, is presently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a tranquil river scene, illustrating the harmonious blend of natural elements with human habitation. An array of muted tones rendered in fluid brushstrokes conveys a serene and reflective mood, characteristic of Gauguin's distinctive approach to capturing the essence of his environment. The composition features rock formations near the water's edge, lush greenery, and buildings in the background, reflecting Gauguin's keen observation of nature and rural life.

251. Cows on the Seashore

Cows on the Seashore

The artwork titled "Cows on the Seashore," created by Paul Gauguin in 1886, is an oil painting on canvas, embodying the Post-Impressionism art movement. Measuring 74.9 x 111.8 cm, this landscape piece is held in a private collection. The painting depicts a seashore scene with prominent rocky formations dominating the background and the ocean waves gently kissing the shore. In the foreground, cows are scattered across the sandy beach, and a solitary figure, most likely a herder, attends to them, creating a serene and harmonious interaction between livestock and nature.

252. Crouching Tahitian woman

Crouching Tahitian woman

The artwork titled "Crouching Tahitian Woman," created by Paul Gauguin in 1902 in French Polynesia, belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of nude painting (nu). The artwork portrays a naked woman crouching with her back to the viewer, immersed in a contemplative pose. The fusion of earthy tones with vibrant, floral elements in the background underscores Gauguin's characteristic use of vivid color and bold forms, capturing the rustic charm and serene beauty of Tahitian life. The depiction is intimate and introspective, inviting contemplation and reflection on the human form and its connection with nature.

253. Dahlias in a copper vase

Dahlias in a copper vase

"Dahlias in a Copper Vase," crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France, is an oil on canvas still life artwork categorized under the Impressionism art movement. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, depicts a bouquet of dahlias placed in a lustrous copper vase, elegantly positioned on a wooden table. The artist's use of warm, rich colors and textured brushstrokes captures the delicate beauty of the flowers, showcasing Gauguin's adeptness at portraying still life with depth and vibrancy.

254. Daisies and peonies in blue vase

Daisies and peonies in blue vase

The artwork titled "Daisies and Peonies in Blue Vase," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1876 in Paris, France, epitomizes the Impressionist movement. Executed in oil on canvas and measuring 72 x 55 cm, this still life belongs to a private collection. The artwork vividly captures a bouquet of daisies and peonies arranged in a blue vase, rendered with the characteristic brush strokes and vibrant palette of Impressionism, which emphasizes light and color over detail. The composition offers a harmonious interplay of colors, with vivid reds, whites, and blues contrasting against a warm, earthy background, thus drawing the viewer into the serenity and simplicity of the floral arrangement.

255. Delectable Waters

Delectable Waters
  • Artwork Name: Delectable Waters
  • Year: 1898; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 74.5 x 95.7 cm

The artwork titled "Delectable Waters," created by Paul Gauguin in 1898 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 74.5 x 95.7 cm. It belongs to the genre of genre painting and is associated with the art movement known as Cloisonnism. The artwork depicts a group of figures in a rural landscape bathed in vibrant colors and outlined forms, a hallmark of Cloisonnism, evoking a serene yet enigmatic ambiance characteristic of Gauguin's exploration of the South Pacific's culture and environment.

256. Dogs running through a field

Dogs running through a field

The artwork, titled "Dogs running through a field," was crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Pont-Aven, France. Executed with oil on canvas, the piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and falls under the landscape genre. Presently held in a private collection, the painting features serene depictions of dogs frolicking amidst a lush, verdant field. The rolling landscape, with its tall, swaying trees and distant house, conveys a sense of tranquil rural life, typical of Gauguin's evocative style and his fondness for capturing the natural beauty around him.

257. Donkey by lane

Donkey by lane

The artwork titled "Donkey by lane" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1885, in France. This landscape piece, belonging to the Impressionism movement, is currently housed at the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, Netherlands. The artwork depicts a serene countryside scene featuring a donkey grazing by the side of a path, surrounded by tall, lush trees, and a clear sky, showcasing Gauguin’s adept use of color and light to capture the tranquility of the rural environment.

258. Double portrait of a young girl (Mademoiselle Lafuite)

Double portrait of a young girl (Mademoiselle Lafuite)

"Double Portrait of a Young Girl (Mademoiselle Lafuite)," created by Paul Gauguin in 1883 in Paris, France, is an oil on canvas painting. Belonging to the Impressionist movement, the portrait is currently held in a private collection. The artwork features a young girl depicted twice, both in frontal and profile views, wearing a red dress with detailed brushstrokes capturing the softness of her features and the texture of her clothing. The use of contrasting light and dark tones enhances the depth and expressiveness of the piece, characteristic of Gauguin's impressionistic style.

259. Man Picking Fruit from a Tree

Man Picking Fruit from a Tree

The artwork titled "Man Picking Fruit from a Tree," created by Paul Gauguin in 1897 in Punaauia, French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 92 x 72 cm. This piece, housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and is a genre painting. The artwork depicts a man reaching up to pick fruit from a tree, set against a vibrant, bucolic landscape. The composition is characterized by its lush and vivid colors that convey the richness of the natural environment, showcasing Gauguin's signature style and affinity for tropical scenery.

260. Man with a Toque

Man with a Toque

The artwork, titled "Man with a Toque," is an oil on canvas portrait created circa 1876 by the artist Paul Gauguin while he was in Paris, France. This piece belongs to the Impressionism movement and is currently housed at the Fogg Museum, part of the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The artwork depicts a man wearing a dark toque, characterized by expressive brushwork and a warm, subdued palette, capturing the contemplative expression and introspective mood of the subject through the nuanced interplay of light and shadow.

261. Marquesan landscape with horses

Marquesan landscape with horses

"Marquesan Landscape with Horses," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1901 during his stay in French Polynesia, is an exemplary piece of Post-Impressionist landscape art crafted with oil on canvas. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork showcases Gauguin's distinctive style, characterized by vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes. The composition features a lush, tropical terrain, with horses grazing amidst the richly hued foliage, creating a serene yet vivid depiction of the Marquesan landscape.

262. Mas, near Arles

Mas, near Arles
  • Artwork Name: Mas, near Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Mas, near Arles," created by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin in 1888 while in Arles-sur-tech, France, is an oil painting on canvas that reflects the Post-Impressionism art movement. This landscape genre artwork, which currently resides in a private collection, encapsulates Gauguin's vivid use of color and dynamic brushstrokes to depict the serene countryside scenery. The artwork features a rural house surrounded by lush vegetation and a pathway winding through the vibrant natural hues, indicative of Gauguin's distinctive style and his evocative portrayal of nature.

263. Maternite II

Maternite II
  • Artwork Name: Maternite II
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 95 x 61 cm

The artwork titled "Maternite II," created by Paul Gauguin in 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas belonging to the Post-Impressionism art movement. Measuring 95 x 61 cm, this portrait captures a serene and intimate scene, featuring three women, one of whom is holding an infant. The vibrant colors and fluid forms typical of Gauguin's style highlight the natural beauty and cultural richness of the setting, emphasizing the deep connection between motherhood and the surrounding environment.

264. Maternity (Three Women on the Seashore)

Maternity (Three Women on the Seashore)

The artwork "Maternity (Three Women on the Seashore)" by Paul Gauguin, executed in 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia, epitomizes the Cloisonnism movement with its distinct use of bold outlines and rich color blocks. This oil on canvas portrait, measuring 94 x 72 cm, is housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The painting portrays three women in a coastal setting, encapsulating themes of motherhood and the serene tropical environment with its vibrant color palette and symbolic composition.

265. Meadow at the banks of Aven

Meadow at the banks of Aven

"Meadow at the Banks of Aven" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Pont-Aven, France. It is a notable example of Post-Impressionism, characterized by its vibrant colors and expressive brushwork. The artwork depicts a tranquil landscape featuring a lush green meadow stretching towards a gently sloping hill, interspersed with trees and shrubs displaying autumnal hues. The serene scene is accentuated by a grazing cow in the middle ground, adding a touch of pastoral charm. Currently held in a private collection, this piece exemplifies Gauguin's skill in capturing the serene beauty of the natural world.

266. Meadow in Martinique

Meadow in Martinique

The artwork, titled "Meadow in Martinique," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1887 while he was in Martinique. This piece, rendered in oil on canvas, belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and is classified as a landscape genre. The artwork vividly captures a lush, tropical scene with abundant vegetation, characterized by expressive brushstrokes and bold colors. Currently, this painting resides in a private collection.

267. Mette asleep on a sofa

Mette asleep on a sofa

The artwork, "Mette Asleep on a Sofa," created by Paul Gauguin in 1875 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 24.5 by 32.5 centimeters. This Impressionist genre painting, currently held in a private collection, depicts a tranquil scene of a woman reclining peacefully on a sofa. The composition is characterized by its warm, muted palette and delicate rendering of light and texture, capturing a moment of serene repose.

268. Mette Gauguin in an Evening Dress

Mette Gauguin in an Evening Dress

"Mette Gauguin in an Evening Dress" is an oil on canvas portrait painted by Paul Gauguin in 1884. The artwork, characterized by its association with the Impressionism movement, depicts a seated woman, elegantly dressed in an evening gown, with her gaze directed to the side, creating a sense of contemplative introspection. The scene is set in Amagerbro, Copenhagen, and showcases Gauguin's adept use of soft, layered brushstrokes and subdued yet rich colors. The painting is currently housed in the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway. The surrounding elements, including a mirror and chair, add depth and context to the subject's poised and tranquil disposition.

269. Self Portrait

Self Portrait
  • Artwork Name: Self Portrait
  • Year: 1885; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.2 x 54.3 cm

The artwork, titled "Self Portrait," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France. Rendered using oil on canvas, the work measures 65.2 by 54.3 centimeters and belongs to the Impressionist movement. The genre of the piece is a self-portrait, and it is currently housed in the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. The subdued and intimate portrayal reflects Gauguin's introspective nature, capturing the essence of his expression and the surrounding ambiance with rich, textured brushstrokes characteristic of Impressionism.

270. Self Portrait

Self Portrait
  • Artwork Name: Self Portrait
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 40.5 x 32 cm

The artwork titled "Self Portrait" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1896 while he was in French Polynesia. This oil on canvas piece, measuring 40.5 by 32 cm, belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and represents the self-portrait genre. Currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, the artwork depicts Gauguin with a slightly downward-turned head and thoughtful expression, using bold colors and distinctive brushwork characteristic of his style.

271. Self portrait at Lezaven

Self portrait at Lezaven

The artwork, titled "Self Portrait at Lezaven," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in France. This piece, executed with oil on canvas, falls under the Post-Impressionism art movement and is classified as a self-portrait. In the artwork, Gaugin portrays a somber and contemplative expression against a muted background, emphasizing strong, bold colors and brush strokes characteristic of his Post-Impressionist style. The self-assured and introspective gaze reflects the artist's psychological depth and his distinctive approach to color and form.

272. Self portrait, at work

Self portrait, at work
  • Artwork Name: Self portrait, at work
  • Year: c.1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: pencil,watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 32 x 21.5 cm

The artwork entitled "Self portrait, at work" by Paul Gauguin, created circa 1893 in French Polynesia, is a self-portrait rendered in pencil and watercolor on paper. Measuring 32 x 21.5 cm, the piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and depicts Gauguin himself while engaged in his artistic endeavors. The artwork captures the artist from behind, wearing a vividly patterned garment and absorbed in his work, illustrating his intimate workspace with soft, flowing lines and a delicate color palette. This self-portrait, encapsulated within a private collection, offers a personal glimpse into Gauguin's life and artistic process.

273. Self-Portrait with Portrait of Émile Bernard (Les misérables)

Self-Portrait with Portrait of Émile Bernard (Les misérables)

The artwork, titled "Self-Portrait with Portrait of Émile Bernard (Les misérables)," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Arles-sur-Tech, France. This oil on canvas masterpiece, measuring 45 by 55 cm, exemplifies the Post-Impressionism art movement and is held in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. As a self-portrait, the artwork uniquely combines a portrayal of Gauguin himself with an inset profile depiction of his contemporary Émile Bernard. The composition is characterized by a vivid background adorned with stylized floral motifs, reflecting the artist's distinctive use of color and symbolic detailing.

274. Self Portrait in a Hat

Self Portrait in a Hat

The artwork titled "Self Portrait in a Hat," created by Paul Gauguin around 1893 in Paris, France, is an oil on canvas painting that exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. Measuring 46 by 38 centimeters, this self-portrait captures Gaugin's introspective gaze, likely reflecting his complex inner world. The artwork is housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The composition features Gauguin donning a hat with a background that includes vibrant colors and a depiction of another artwork, adding depth and context to his reflective expression.

275. Self portrait with mandolin

Self portrait with mandolin

The artwork titled "Self Portrait with Mandolin" by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1889 in France, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 61 x 50 cm. Belonging to the Post-Impressionism movement, it is a self-portrait that features Gauguin himself in a contemplative pose, playing a mandolin. Utilizing vibrant colors and distinct brush strokes, characteristic of Post-Impressionism, the artist captures a sense of personal introspection and artistic expression. Currently, this piece is held in a private collection.

276. Self portrait with palette

Self portrait with palette

"Self Portrait with Palette" is an oil on canvas work by Paul Gauguin, created in 1894 in Paris, France. Measuring 92 x 73 cm, the painting is a prime example of the Post-Impressionism movement. This self-portrait, depicting the artist with a palette, exemplifies Gauguin's unique style and vivid use of color. It currently resides in a private collection.

277. Self portrait with spectacles

Self portrait with spectacles

"Self-Portrait with Spectacles" is a notable Post-Impressionist painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1903 during his time in French Polynesia. Rendered in oil on canvas, this self-portrait exemplifies the distinctiveness of the Post-Impressionist movement. The artwork is characterized by Gauguin's introspective gaze through his spectacles, captured with a deep, emotive use of color and brushwork. This piece is housed at the Kunstmuseum Bern in Bern, Switzerland, and represents a profound moment of self-reflection in the artist's life.

278. Self Portrait with the Yellow Christ

Self Portrait with the Yellow Christ

"Self Portrait with the Yellow Christ," an oil painting on canvas by Paul Gauguin from 1890, exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement. Measuring 38 by 46 cm, this striking self-portrait melds Gauguin's visage with a vivid depiction of the Yellow Christ in the background. The artwork's distinctive style is characterized by bold colors and outlined forms, reflecting the artist's unique approach to self-representation and religious iconography.

279. The Kelp Gatherers

The Kelp Gatherers
  • Artwork Name: The Kelp Gatherers
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 123 x 87 cm

"The Kelp Gatherers," created in 1889 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil painting on canvas depicting a coastal scene in France. Belonging to the Post-Impressionism movement, the artwork captures everyday activities with an emphasis on vivid colors and bold outlines. The dimensions of the artwork are 123 x 87 centimeters, categorizing it as a genre painting. Presently, it resides in the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany. The artwork portrays individuals engaged in the laborious task of gathering kelp, emphasizing their communal effort and the serene, yet industrious, seaside environment.

280. The King's Wife

The King's Wife
  • Artwork Name: The King's Wife
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 97 x 130 cm

"The King's Wife," intricately created by Paul Gauguin in 1896, stands as an exemplary piece from his time in French Polynesia. This oil on canvas, measuring 97 x 130 cm, belongs to the Cloisonnism movement. The artwork features a nude female figure reclining amidst a lush, tropical landscape, capturing the idyllic essence of island life with its rich, vibrant colors and bold lines. This exquisite painting is housed at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia.

281. The large tree

The large tree
  • Artwork Name: The large tree
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 54.3 cm

"The Large Tree," an oil on canvas work by Paul Gauguin created in 1889 in France, epitomizes the Post-Impressionism movement. This landscape piece, measuring 73 by 54.3 cm and located in a private collection, showcases Gauguin's masterful use of vibrant color and bold forms. The artwork captures a serene natural scene dominated by tall trees and lush greenery, rendered with expressive brushstrokes that convey a sense of movement and depth. Through his innovative approach, Gauguin invites viewers to contemplate the tranquil beauty and complexity of the natural world.

282. The large tree

The large tree
  • Artwork Name: The large tree
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Large Tree," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1891 during his stay in French Polynesia, exemplifies the Post-Impressionist art movement and falls within the genre of genre painting. Created using oil on canvas, the artwork depicts a serene scene under the shade of an expansive tree, where individuals are immersed in their daily activities around a thatched structure. The scene is enriched with a palette of earthy tones and vibrant hues, capturing the essence of the tropical environment and the simplicity of life in the depicted village.

283. The lemon picker

The lemon picker

The artwork, entitled "The Lemon Picker," is an oil-on-canvas painting created in 1891 by Paul Gauguin during his time in French Polynesia. This piece, characterized by its affiliation with the Cloisonnism movement and categorized as a genre painting, resides in a private collection. The artwork depicts a scene where a woman, adorned in a red skirt with floral patterns and a broad-brimmed hat, uses a pole to pick lemons from a tree, standing amidst a vibrant, tropical landscape. In the background, a horse grazes peacefully, and a small pile of harvested crops lies nearby, all rendered in Gauguin's distinctive use of bold outlines and flat areas of vivid color.

284. The little valley

The little valley

"The Little Valley," created by Paul Gauguin in approximately 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement. The artwork, which is a landscape painting and currently in a private collection, depicts a serene valley scene. Rich, vivid colors and bold outlines characterize the painting, showing lush greenery, towering trees, and vibrant fields under a subtly clouded sky. Human figures and a horse-drawn cart are integrated into the landscape, conveying a harmonious interaction between nature and human activity.

285. The loss of virginity (Awakening of spring)

The loss of virginity (Awakening of spring)

"The loss of virginity (Awakening of spring)" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1891 in French Polynesia, is an allegorical painting executed in oil on canvas, belonging to the Synthetism art movement. The artwork is housed at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia, in the United States. The painting depicts a nude female figure reclining on her back in a contemplative posture with a fox resting on her chest. The vibrant and contrasting colors of the landscape in the background, consisting of verdant hills, red fields, and a blue river or sea, evoke a juxtaposition between tranquility and the awakening themes of spring. The symbolic representation of the fox and the serene yet vibrant setting underscores the allegorical nature of this work, reflecting on themes of innocence, transformation, and the cyclical renewal inherent in spring.

286. The market gardens of Vaugirard

The market gardens of Vaugirard

"The Market Gardens of Vaugirard," an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1879, epitomizes the Impressionist movement and falls within the landscape genre. The artwork, which currently resides at the Smith College Museum of Art (SCMA) in Northampton, MA, depicts a serene view of Vaugirard's market gardens situated in France. The composition is characterized by lush greenery and modest buildings in the foreground, transitioning to the more distant urban structures beneath a textured sky. Gauguin's use of vibrant yet harmonious colors and adept brushwork captures the tranquil essence of the countryside juxtaposed with the encroaching edges of city life.

287. The Meal (The Bananas)

The Meal (The Bananas)

"The Meal (The Bananas)" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is a genre painting produced with oil on canvas, measuring 73 x 92 cm. Located at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, the artwork exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork depicts a vibrant scene of a meal with three figures in the background, likely Polynesians, who are seated behind a table laden with various fruits including bananas, and crockery such as a large bowl and a smaller pot. The composition utilizes bold colors and simplified forms to convey the essence of the moment.

288. The Messengers of Oro

The Messengers of Oro

"The Messengers of Oro," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1893, is a work of the Post-Impressionism movement and falls within the genre of literary painting. The artwork presents a vivid scene characterized by intricate details and a rich color palette. It features a trio of figures set against a lush, tropical landscape, with varied textures and forms that capture the essence of the narrative. The use of bold lines and vibrant hues reflects Gauguin's distinctive style, imbuing the scene with both a sense of immediacy and a connection to the artist's broader thematic exploration of spiritual and cultural elements. The written text integrated into the artwork adds a layer of narrative depth, further enhancing its storytelling aspect.

289. A breton boy

A breton boy
  • Artwork Name: A breton boy
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 93 x 74 cm

The artwork, created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, is titled "A Breton Boy" and belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement. Executed in oil on canvas, the painting measures 93 by 74 centimeters and is currently housed in the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne, Germany. The painting features a nude Breton boy, depicted in a relaxed pose on a grassy surface, with a white cloth beneath him. The artist uses vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes characteristic of Post-Impressionism to convey the tranquil rural setting.

290. A breton landscape. David's mill.

A breton landscape. David's mill.

"A Breton Landscape. David's Mill" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1894, belonging to the Post-Impressionism movement. The landscape artwork, measuring 73 x 92 cm, is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork captures an autumnal rural scene in Brittany, characterized by vibrant and saturated colors. It depicts a mill with water flowing adjacent, nestled among vividly colored trees, fields, and hills. In the foreground, a woman and a dog stand near slender trees, enhancing the idyllic and pastoral atmosphere of the landscape.

291. A Canoe (Tahitian Family),

A Canoe (Tahitian Family),

The artwork, titled "A Canoe (Tahitian Family)" and created by Paul Gauguin in 1896, is an oil-on-canvas painting measuring 96 x 130.5 cm. Depicting a genre painting, this piece exhibits the Cloisonnism style and is housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The painting portrays a serene scene of a Tahitian family, with vibrant and bold colors typical of Gauguin's oeuvre. Saturated hues and pronounced outlines define the figures, emphasizing the simplicity and tranquility of their daily life, set against the backdrop of the idyllic Polynesian landscape.

292. Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve
  • Artwork Name: Adam and Eve
  • Year: 1902; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Adam and Eve" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1902 during his stay in French Polynesia, is an allegorical painting rendered in oil on canvas. Characteristic of the Post-Impressionism art movement, this piece is housed in Ordrupgaard, Copenhagen, Denmark. The artwork depicts the biblical figures Adam and Eve in a vibrant, stylized landscape, embodying Gauguin's unique use of color and form to convey deep, symbolic narratives.

293. Day of the Gods

Day of the Gods

"Day of the Gods" is an allegorical painting by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1894 using oil on canvas. This artwork belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and is currently housed at the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, IL, USA. The artwork depicts an enigmatic and vibrant scene, featuring Tahitian figures engaged in various activities around a central deity against a backdrop of lush, tropical landscape. The vibrant colors and bold outlines characteristic of Cloisonnism create a dreamlike quality, inviting viewers to ponder the symbolic and spiritual undertones of the composition.

294. A Henhouse

A Henhouse
  • Artwork Name: A Henhouse
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork, titled "A Henhouse," was painted by Paul Gauguin in 1884 during his time in Amagerbro, a district in Copenhagen, Denmark. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece falls within the landscape genre and is associated with the Impressionism art movement. Presently, it resides in a private collection. The composition of the artwork showcases a tranquil rural scene featuring a henhouse, flanked by rustic buildings and trees that cast interplay of light and shadow on the ground, with a few geese adding life to the serene landscape.

295. Aline Gauguin and one of her brothers

Aline Gauguin and one of her brothers

"Aline Gauguin and One of Her Brothers" is an evocative oil-on-canvas portrait painted by Paul Gauguin around 1883 in Paris, France. This work, belonging to the Impressionism movement, measures 31 by 47.5 centimeters and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork portrays two children, rendered with a delicate brushwork and somber tones, capturing an intimate and contemplative moment. The background's bluish hues contrast subtly with the earthy colors of the children's clothing, enhancing the overall melancholic atmosphere of the piece.

296. A little cat

A little cat
  • Artwork Name: A little cat
  • Year: 1888; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "A Little Cat" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888 in Pont-aven, France, is an oil painting on canvas belonging to the Cloisonnism art movement and falls under the animal painting genre. Currently held in a private collection, the painting depicts a small black cat against a warm, textured background with large, block-like shapes in shades of red and brown, signifying Gauguin's distinct style that merges bold colors with simplified forms. The contrasting hues and outlines encapsulate the Cloisonnism technique, which emphasizes color planes separated by dark contours, offering a vivid portrayal of the feline subject.

297. A little washerman

A little washerman
  • Artwork Name: A little washerman
  • Year: 1887; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 32 x 45 cm

The artwork titled "A Little Washerman," created by Paul Gauguin in 1887 in France, is a Post-Impressionist oil painting on canvas with dimensions of 32 x 45 cm. It is a genre painting, currently housed in a private collection. The artwork captures an everyday scene, depicting a young washerman engaged in his routine work. The artist employs vibrant colors and broad brushstrokes, characteristic of the Post-Impressionist movement, to bring the scene to life. The composition is detailed yet retains a sense of simplicity, reflecting Gauguin's focus on the subject's mundane yet vital activity amidst a rustic setting. The overall atmosphere is one of quiet industriousness and the painting highlights the beauty in ordinary human labor.

298. Alone

Alone
  • Artwork Name: Alone
  • Year: 1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 50 x 73 cm

The artwork, titled "Alone," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1893 while he was in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas and measuring 50 x 73 cm, the piece exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement. As a portrait, it conveys a contemplative solitude through the figure's posture and serene backdrop. The subject is depicted lying prone, with rich skin tones juxtaposed against vibrant colors, symbolic of Gauguin's unique style. The artwork presently resides in a private collection.

299. Eiaha Ohipa or Tahitians in a Room

Eiaha Ohipa or Tahitians in a Room

"Eiaha Ohipa or Tahitians in a Room," created by Paul Gauguin in 1896 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 65 x 75 cm. The artwork is representative of the Cloisonnism movement and falls within the genre painting category. Currently housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia, the artwork portrays a serene indoor scene featuring two Tahitian figures. The composition is characterized by its use of bold outlines and flat areas of color, typical of Cloisonnism, and imbues the scene with a sense of tranquil intimacy.

300. Evening primroses in the vase

Evening primroses in the vase

The artwork, titled "Evening Primroses in the Vase," was created by the esteemed artist Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France. Executed in oil on canvas, this still life composition aligns with the Impressionist movement. The piece showcases a vase filled with vibrant evening primroses against a dark background, emphasizing the delicate features and radiant hues of the flowers. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork exemplifies Gauguin’s adeptness at capturing the natural beauty and subtleties of floral arrangements through his refined brushwork and color palette.

301. Exotic Eve

Exotic Eve

"Exotic Eve," created by Paul Gauguin in 1890, is an exemplary piece belonging to the Post-Impressionism and Naïve Art (Primitivism) movements and falls under the genre of nude painting (nu). The artwork illustrates a nude female figure, presumably Eve, standing amidst a tropical landscape replete with lush greenery, exotic flora, and primitive motifs. The scene is imbued with a sense of mysticism and raw beauty, characteristic of Gauguin's work, highlighting his fascination with primitive cultures and his departure from conventional European artistic norms. The vibrant yet subdued color palette and simplistic, almost dreamlike composition evoke a serene and enigmatic ambiance, offering a glimpse into a paradisiacal world.

302. Farm in Brittany

Farm in Brittany

"Farm in Brittany," created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in Pont-Aven, France, is an oil on canvas painting representative of the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork, categorized under the landscape genre, depicts a serene rural scene set in Brittany. The composition features lush green fields, trees, and a distant farm structure under a gentle sky, capturing the tranquility and pastoral beauty of the countryside. The brushwork and color palette reflect Gauguin's distinctive style and his inclination towards expressive forms and colors, typical of the Post-Impressionist ethos.

303. Farm in Brittany

Farm in Brittany
  • Artwork Name: Farm in Brittany
  • Year: 1894; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.4 x 90.5 cm

"Farm in Brittany" is an oil painting on canvas created by the artist Paul Gauguin in 1894, during his time in Paris, France. The artwork measures 72.4 by 90.5 centimeters and belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement. It is a landscape piece, currently housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The artwork depicts a vibrant, idyllic rural scene featuring a blend of verdant foliage, a serene sky, and traditional farm structures, embodying Gauguin's characteristic bold use of color and dynamic composition.

304. Farm in Osny

Farm in Osny
  • Artwork Name: Farm in Osny
  • Year: 1883; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Farm in Osny," created by Paul Gauguin in 1883, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionism art movement and the landscape genre. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a pastoral scene in France with rustic buildings, lush greenery, and a tranquil stream under a cloud-filled sky. Gauguin's use of vivid colors and impasto technique exemplifies the Impressionist emphasis on light and atmosphere, capturing a serene moment in the French countryside.

305. Fire by the water

Fire by the water

"Fire by the Water," a landscape artwork by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1886 in Pont-Aven, France. Executed in oil on canvas, this Post-Impressionist piece is housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. The artwork portrays a dark, serene scene by the water, illuminated by a fire in the foreground, with silhouetted figures adding depth and a sense of narrative.

306. Fire Dance

Fire Dance
  • Artwork Name: Fire Dance
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Fire Dance," created by Paul Gauguin in 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas embodying the Post-Impressionism art movement. The artwork, housed at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, is a genre painting capturing an evocative night scene. The composition centers around a fire, with figures dancing and engaging in communal activities around it. The vibrant hues and expressive brushwork highlight Gauguin's distinct style and his fascination with the mystical and cultural elements of Polynesian life.

307. Fisherman and bathers on the Aven

Fisherman and bathers on the Aven

The artwork titled "Fisherman and Bathers on the Aven," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Pont-Aven, France, exemplifies the Post-Impressionism art movement. Executed in oil on canvas, this landscape painting is part of a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene riverside scene, with a fisherman and bathers in a natural setting. The vibrant colors and textured brushstrokes characteristic of Gauguin's style convey the tranquil atmosphere of the location, enhancing the intimate interaction between humans and nature.

308. Mimi and her Cat

Mimi and her Cat
  • Artwork Name: Mimi and her Cat
  • Year: 1890; France
  • Medium: gouache,cardboard
  • Dimensions: 17.6 x 16 cm

The artwork titled "Mimi and her Cat" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1890 in France. This piece, rendered in gouache on cardboard, is classified under the Post-Impressionism art movement and depicts a portrait. The dimensions of the artwork are 17.6 x 16 cm, and it is currently held in a private collection. The artwork portrays a young girl, Mimi, seated and gently holding a contented orange and white cat, set against a backdrop of blue hues.

309. Mother and Daughter

Mother and Daughter
  • Artwork Name: Mother and Daughter
  • Year: c.1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73.7 x 92.1 cm

The artwork, titled "Mother and Daughter," was created by Paul Gauguin circa 1891 during his time in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas with dimensions of 73.7 x 92.1 cm, this painting belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and falls under the genre of portraiture. Depicting a mother and her daughter, the artwork exemplifies Gauguin's distinctive bold color palette and use of simplified forms, with the figures set against a vibrant background that reflects the exotic landscape of French Polynesia.

310. Mountain landscape

Mountain landscape

"Mountain Landscape," a landscape painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1882 in France, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece is part of a private collection. The artwork depicts a vibrant and dynamic mountainous scene with rich textures and colors that capture the essence of nature's immensity and beauty. Bold brushstrokes and a diverse palette convey the rugged terrain and atmospheric conditions, reflecting Gauguin's early exploration of landscape painting within the Impressionist style. The scene exudes a sense of tranquility and vastness, inviting the viewer to immerse themselves in its natural splendor.

311. Mysterious Water

Mysterious Water
  • Artwork Name: Mysterious Water
  • Year: 1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 99 x 75 cm

The artwork titled "Mysterious Water," created by Paul Gauguin in 1893 during his time in French Polynesia, is an exquisite example of Post-Impressionist genre painting rendered in oil on canvas. Measuring 99 x 75 cm, this masterful piece is presently held in a private collection. The artwork vividly portrays a figure in a white garment bending over towards an unseen stream, enveloped by a lush, tropical landscape brimming with vibrant flora. Gauguin's characteristic use of bold colors and expressive forms captures the enigmatic and serene essence of the scene, inviting viewers into a moment of reflective calm.

312. Nasturtiums & dahlias in a basket

Nasturtiums & dahlias in a basket

"Nasturtiums & Dahlias in a Basket" is a still life painted by Paul Gauguin in 1884, utilizing oil on canvas. Embedded in the Impressionist art movement, this piece depicts a vibrant arrangement of nasturtiums and dahlias within a woven basket, showcased alongside additional fruits and greenery. The artwork employs a rich color palette and intricate brushwork, characteristic of Gauguin’s style. Currently, this celebrated painting is housed at the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway.

313. Nativity

Nativity
  • Artwork Name: Nativity
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 96 x 131 cm

"Nativity," created by Paul Gauguin in 1896 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil on canvas artwork measuring 96 x 131 cm. Exemplifying the Post-Impressionist movement, this genre painting is housed in the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, Germany. The artwork depicts a serene Polynesian scene with a reclining figure on a bed, surrounded by other figures and domestic animals, conveying a sense of tranquility and everyday life within a native setting. The composition aligns with Gauguin's signature style, blending vibrant colors and simplified forms to evoke emotion and narrative depth.

314. Near Rouen

Near Rouen
  • Artwork Name: Near Rouen
  • Year: 1884; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 57 x 87 cm

"Near Rouen," created in 1884 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil painting on canvas that belongs to the Impressionist art movement. Measuring 57 x 87 cm, this landscape work portrays a lush, verdant scene likely situated near Rouen, France, with rich, earthy tones and a vivid depiction of natural beauty. Currently held in a private collection, the painting showcases Gauguin’s adept ability to capture the serene and picturesque essence of the countryside.

315. Negreries Martinique

Negreries Martinique
  • Artwork Name: Negreries Martinique
  • Year: 1890; France
  • Medium: collage,gouache,ink,watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 33.2 x 24.8 cm

The artwork titled "Negreries Martinique" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1890 in France. It is executed using a combination of collage, gouache, ink, watercolor, and paper, exemplifying the Post-Impressionism art movement. The piece, which falls under the genre of portraiture, measures 33.2 by 24.8 centimeters and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork features a vibrant composition dominated by blue and green hues, depicting three figures characterized by distinct and expressive forms, capturing a sense of intimate, everyday moments.

316. Night café, Arles

Night café, Arles
  • Artwork Name: Night café, Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,jute
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm

"Night Café, Arles" by Paul Gauguin is an oil on jute genre painting created in 1888 in Arles-sur-Tech, France. Measuring 73 x 92 cm, this artwork embodies the Post-Impressionism movement. The scene captures the interior of a night café, characterized by rich, warm colors and varied textures. The composition showcases patrons engaged in leisurely activities around a billiards table, evoking the social atmosphere of the setting. It is housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia.

317. She goes down to the fresh water (Haere Pape)

She goes down to the fresh water (Haere Pape)

The artwork titled "She goes down to the fresh water (Haere Pape)" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. Measuring 91.2 by 66.4 centimeters, this piece falls under the genre painting category and is an example of the Cloisonnism art movement. It is currently housed at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The artwork depicts a partially clothed woman standing by a body of water with a serene landscape of trees and a reflective water surface, capturing a moment of tranquil daily life.

318. Sheperd and sheperdess in a meadow

Sheperd and sheperdess in a meadow

"Shepherd and Shepherdess in a Meadow," an oil on canvas work created in 1888 by Paul Gauguin in France, exemplifies the Post-Impressionist movement and falls within the genre painting classification. Held in a private collection, the artwork portrays a serene pastoral scene, where a shepherd and a shepherdess engage in conversation amidst a lush, verdant meadow. The composition features towering trees and grazing animals, characteristic of Gaugin's vivid use of color and detailed brushwork that captures the tranquil ambiance of rural life.

319. Siesta

Siesta
  • Artwork Name: Siesta
  • Year: 1894; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 86 x 113 cm

"Siesta," an oil on canvas genre painting by Paul Gauguin, was completed in 1894 in Paris, France, and is a significant work of the Post-Impressionism art movement. The artwork, measuring 86 by 113 cm, portrays a serene and intimate moment of rest, with women reclining and conversing in a tropical setting. The figures are depicted in vibrant colors and simplified forms, showcasing Gauguin's unique style and his interest in depicting everyday scenes of life. This artwork currently resides in a private collection.

320. Skaters in Fredericksberg park

Skaters in Fredericksberg park

The artwork, titled "Skaters in Fredericksberg park" by Paul Gauguin, was executed in 1884 using oil on canvas and is a representation of the Impressionism art movement. This cityscape captures the essence of urban life in Amagerbro, Copenhagen, through a depiction of skaters enjoying a serene winter day in Fredericksberg Park. The scene is suffused with naturalistic elements and an ambiance of tranquility, characterized by intricate brushstrokes and an evocative palette. Presently, it resides in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark.

321. Stabble near Dieppe

Stabble near Dieppe

"Stabble near Dieppe," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1885, is an impressionist landscape artwork executed in oil on canvas, measuring 35 x 27 cm. The painting, now held in a private collection, depicts a rustic scene in France with vivid, dynamic brushstrokes characteristic of the Impressionist movement. The artwork features a picturesque rural building, surrounded by lush greenery and vibrant colors, which convey the serene and idyllic essence of the countryside.

322. Stabble near Dieppe

Stabble near Dieppe

"Stabble near Dieppe", created by Paul Gauguin in 1886, is a remarkable oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. The landscape conveys a tranquil rural scene in France, capturing the essence of natural beauty with its vivid depiction of trees and a modest building with a red roof situated amidst lush greenery. The intricate brushwork and rich interplay of colors reflect Gauguin's distinctive style. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork holds significant value, illustrating Gauguin's ability to transform everyday scenery into a textured, harmonious composition.

323. Still Life Fete Gloanec

Still Life Fete Gloanec

"Still Life Fete Gloanec," created in 1888 by Paul Gauguin in France, is a distinguished example of the Post-Impressionism art movement. Executed in oil on canvas, the artwork measures 36.5 x 52.5 cm and currently resides in the Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans, Orleans, France. This still life composition is marked by its vibrant and bold color palette, characteristic brushwork, and depicts an arrangement of flowers, fruits, and leaves on a red surface, invoking a sense of both simplicity and dynamic texture.

324. Still life of onions and pigeons and room interior in Copenhagen

Still life of onions and pigeons and room interior in Copenhagen

The artwork titled "Still life of onions and pigeons and room interior in Copenhagen" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1885 in Amagerbro, Denmark, is an oil painting on canvas and falls under the genre of still life within the Impressionism movement. The composition depicts a detailed interior scene, incorporating common elements such as onions, pigeons, and household items, which are arranged thoughtfully. The background reveals a glimpse into a domestic environment through a window, where silhouetted figures and muted natural light emphasize the tranquil yet vibrant ambiance characteristic of Gauguin's early works.

325. Still life Ripipont

Still life Ripipont

The artwork, titled "Still Life Ripipont," dated from 1889, is an oil painting on canvas by the esteemed artist Paul Gauguin, and is a distinguished piece from the Post-Impressionist movement. This still life painting, which resides in a private collection, presents a vibrant and textured composition of various fruits and a jug, rendered with Gauguin's characteristic bold brushstrokes and rich palette. The intricate play of colors and the meticulous arrangement of elements evoke a sense of depth and complexity, reflecting Gauguin's mastery in capturing the essence of everyday objects through his unique artistic lens.

326. Still life. Vase with flowers on the window

Still life. Vase with flowers on the window

The artwork titled "Still life. Vase with flowers on the window," created by Paul Gauguin in 1881 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 19 x 27 cm. This piece falls under the Impressionism movement and represents the still life genre. It is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The painting depicts a vase filled with vibrant flowers placed on a windowsill, with a scenic view of a house and lush greenery visible through the window, exuding a sense of tranquility and natural beauty characteristic of impressionist art.

327. The milkmaid

The milkmaid
  • Artwork Name: The milkmaid
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: canvas,tempera

"The Milkmaid," created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France, is an exemplary piece of the Cloisonnism art movement. Painted on canvas using tempera, this genre painting is currently housed in a private collection. The artwork poignantly captures a rural scene, depicting a young woman, likely a milkmaid, with flowing red hair, engaged in her daily farm chores. She is holding a pail and standing near two cows, one predominantly black and white, and the other brown and white, grazing in a serene and verdant field. The use of bold outlines and vivid, yet flat areas of color characterize Gauguin's distinctive Cloisonnist style, imbuing the scene with a tranquil yet vibrant aura.

328. The moment of truth I

The moment of truth I
  • Artwork Name: The moment of truth I
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54.5 x 31 cm

"The Moment of Truth I" is an oil on canvas artwork created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his stay in French Polynesia. This Post-Impressionist painting measures 54.5 by 31 centimeters and falls within the landscape genre. The artwork is characterized by its vivid colors and bold, expressive brushstrokes, depicting a vibrant tropical scene with lush foliage and striking contrasts. Gauguin's unique approach emphasizes the emotional and symbolic aspects of the landscape, reflecting the artist's profound connection with the natural beauty of Polynesia.

329. The moment of truth II

The moment of truth II

"The Moment of Truth II," created by Paul Gauguin in 1893 during his stay in French Polynesia, is an oil-on-canvas artwork exemplifying the Post-Impressionism movement. Currently housed in the Ateneum in Helsinki, Finland, this landscape painting measures 54.6 by 32 centimeters. The artwork depicts a vivid and idealized scene of tropical life, characterized by vibrant colors and bold shapes. It features a man carrying a pole with bright foliage, standing beside a seated figure dressed in a red garment and hat, with a backdrop of lush vegetation and simple dwellings under the expansive foliage of palm trees.

330. The month of Maria

The month of Maria
  • Artwork Name: The month of Maria
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 97 x 73 cm

"The Month of Maria" is an oil-on-canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia. This portrait adheres to the Cloisonnism movement and measures 97 by 73 centimeters. The artwork, which currently resides in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, portrays a serene female figure in a tropical setting. The figure appears contemplative, holding a bouquet of flowers and surrounded by lush foliage and vibrant colors. The use of bold outlines and distinct color areas typical of Cloisonnism emphasizes the painting's decorative and symbolic quality.

331. The morning

The morning
  • Artwork Name: The morning
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Morning," an oil painting on canvas created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 while in French Polynesia, is a notable work within the Post-Impressionism movement. Displayed within a private collection, this genre painting vividly captures a serene morning scene with robust color application and exotic imagery typical of Gauguin's style. The artwork depicts two figures in an idyllic tropical setting, juxtaposing nature and human activity, reflecting the artist's fascination with the primal beauty and simplicity of life in Tahiti.

332. The Offering

The Offering
  • Artwork Name: The Offering
  • Year: 1902; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 68 x 78 cm

"The Offering," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1902 while in French Polynesia, is a portrait rendered in oil on canvas, measuring 68 x 78 cm. Characteristic of the Cloisonnism movement, the artwork is housed in the E.G. Bührle Foundation in Zürich, Switzerland. The piece depicts two Tahitian women, one holding a small bundle suggested to be a child, while the other clasps flowers, amid a vividly colored background, reflecting Gauguin's signature use of bold colors and outlines blended harmoniously to emphasize the serene yet profound cultural scene.

333. The Port Of Rouen

The Port Of Rouen
  • Artwork Name: The Port Of Rouen
  • Year: 1884; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 65 cm

Created in 1884 by Paul Gauguin, "The Port of Rouen" is an impressionistic oil painting on canvas, measuring 46 by 65 cm. Notably belonging to a private collection, this landscape painting showcases a detailed and evocative scene of the port in Rouen, France. The artwork captures the bustling activity of the port with its docked ships and industrial backdrop, enveloped in a muted yet rich color palette typical of the Impressionist movement, reflecting a nuanced interplay of light and atmosphere that characterizes this style.

334. The queen of beauty

The queen of beauty

"The Queen of Beauty", a watercolor on paper created around 1896 by Paul Gauguin during his time in French Polynesia, epitomizes the Post-Impressionism movement through its vibrant and emotive portrayal. This piece, regarded as a sketch and study, is housed in the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City. The artwork intricately displays a semi-nude figure reclining amidst a vividly colored, idyllic landscape, showcasing Gauguin's characteristic blending of natural elements with human forms to evoke an ethereal and serene ambiance.

335. The Queen's Mill

The Queen's Mill
  • Artwork Name: The Queen's Mill
  • Year: 1881; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92.5 x 73.4 cm

"The Queen's Mill," a landscape painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1881 in France, is an exemplary work within the Impressionism movement. This oil on canvas piece, measuring 92.5 x 73.4 cm, is housed at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artwork depicts a serene countryside scene, featuring lush green fields and tall trees surrounding a tranquil pond, with a windmill in the background. The vivid use of colors and dynamic brushstrokes evoke a sense of natural beauty and peacefulness, characteristic of Gauguin's early impressionist techniques.

336. The red cow

The red cow
  • Artwork Name: The red cow
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Red Cow" is an oil painting on canvas created in 1889 by Paul Gauguin during the Post-Impressionism movement. This genre painting, housed in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles, CA, USA, vividly depicts a rural scene with a red cow grazing while a woman in the foreground carries a bucket. In the background, the artwork features workers laboring in the fields, emphasizing the vibrancy and simplicity of country life. The landscape is enriched with Gauguin's characteristic bold colors and brushstrokes, encapsulating the essence of rustic existence with a surreal, dreamlike quality.

337. A man with axe

A man with axe
  • Artwork Name: A man with axe
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 70 cm

The artwork "A Man with Axe" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1891, during his time in French Polynesia, and is executed in oil on canvas with dimensions of 92 x 70 cm. This genre painting is associated with the Cloisonnism art movement and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a man prominently positioned in the foreground, wielding an axe above his head, possibly about to strike a log. Another figure, less prominently featured, appears to be engaged in gathering or placing materials into a canoe. The background consists of a vibrant and somewhat abstract landscape, with bold, flat areas of color and outlined forms characteristic of Cloisonnism, enhancing the scene's dynamic and vivid portrayal.

338. Among the lillies

Among the lillies

The artwork, titled "Among the Lilies," created by Paul Gauguin in 1893, utilizes oil on canvas and belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement. This landscape genre painting features a rural scene with vivid, expressive colors and characteristic brushstrokes. The artwork portrays a serene countryside with lush greenery, towering trees, and flowering lilies, alongside two figures, one with a dog, emphasizing the harmony between human beings and nature. The atmospheric effects and the compositional arrangement reflect Gauguin's unique style and his departure from conventional Impressionist techniques.

339. And the Gold of Their Bodies

And the Gold of Their Bodies

The artwork, titled "And the Gold of Their Bodies," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1901 while he was in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas, this post-impressionistic piece measures 67 x 76 cm and falls within the genre of nude painting, or "nu." Currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, the artwork depicts two Polynesian women seated against a vibrant, tropical backdrop, characterized by bold colors and a richly textured composition characteristic of Gauguin's mature style.

340. Annah the Javanese

Annah the Javanese

The artwork, titled "Annah the Javanese," was painted by Paul Gauguin in 1893, utilizing oil on canvas. This piece belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 116 x 81 cm. It is classified within the genre of nude painting (nu) and is part of a private collection. The artwork depicts a nude female figure seated on a blue armchair with her legs crossed. Her serene posture is complemented by the rich, warm hues of her skin, contrasting against the cool blue of the chair. In the background, a small primate is seated on a green cushion, adding a unique and exotic element to the composition.

341. Apples in bowl

Apples in bowl
  • Artwork Name: Apples in bowl
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Apples in Bowl," painted in 1888 by Paul Gauguin in Arles-sur-Tech, France, is a notable work of the Post-Impressionism movement. Executed with oil on canvas, this still life artwork depicts a serene arrangement of apples in a bowl, complemented by a white cloth draped nearby. The composition is characterized by its vibrant use of color and textured brushstrokes, embodying the artist's emphasis on symbolic content and experimentation with form. Currently held in a private collection, this piece exemplifies Gauguin's endeavors to go beyond Impressionism's influence, pursuing a more profound and expressive artistic language.

342. Apples, Jug, Iridescent Glass

Apples, Jug, Iridescent Glass

"Apples, Jug, Iridescent Glass," created by Paul Gauguin in 1884 in France, is a still-life painting executed in oil on canvas, representative of the Post-Impressionism movement. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts a composed arrangement of apples, a jug, and a glass with an iridescent quality, set against a warmly-toned background that subtly incorporates leafy elements. Gauguin's use of earthy colors and meticulous brushwork brings texture and depth to the objects, showcasing the artist's ability to infuse ordinary still-life elements with a sense of vibrancy and presence.

343. Apple-Trees in Blossom

Apple-Trees in Blossom

The artwork, titled "Apple-Trees in Blossom," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1879 in France. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece belongs to the Impressionist art movement and falls within the landscape genre. The artwork depicts a serene and picturesque rural scene featuring apple trees in full bloom, set against a backdrop of lush, green fields and a vivid, expansive sky. The palette is rich and warm, with soft brushstrokes that create a sense of movement and natural beauty within the composition.

344. Arearea I

Arearea I
  • Artwork Name: Arearea I
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 75 x 94 cm

"Arearea I" is an oil painting on canvas created by the artist Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. As a genre painting belonging to the Post-Impressionism movement, the artwork measures 75 by 94 centimeters and is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The painting depicts a serene scene with two women and a dog in an idyllic, colorful landscape, surrounded by lush vegetation and engaged in what appears to be a moment of calm and contemplation. The vibrant colors and fluid forms embody Gauguin's distinctive style, emphasizing emotional resonance over realistic representation.

345. Are You Jealous?

Are You Jealous?
  • Artwork Name: Are You Jealous?
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 66 x 89 cm

The artwork, titled "Are You Jealous?" by Paul Gauguin, was painted in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. Created using oil on canvas, it measures 66 by 89 centimeters and is an exemplar of the Cloisonnism art movement. The painting, which depicts a scene of Polynesian women in a lush, colorful setting, falls under the genre of nude painting (nu) and is currently housed at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The work showcases Gauguin's distinct use of bold colors and defined outlines, characteristic of Cloisonnism, to evoke a sense of exoticism and tranquility.

346. Around the huts

Around the huts
  • Artwork Name: Around the huts
  • Year: 1887; Martinique
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 90 x 55 cm

"Around the Huts," an oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1887 during his time in Martinique, exemplifies the Post-Impressionist movement. The artwork, measuring 90 x 55 cm, belongs to the genre painting category and is currently held in a private collection. The piece depicts a tranquil rural scene featuring inhabitants engaged in daily activities amidst vibrant tropical surroundings, characterized by lush greenery and rustic huts, showcasing Gauguin’s distinctive use of bold colors and expressive forms to capture the essence of the local environment.

347. Flight

Flight
  • Artwork Name: Flight
  • Year: 1901; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Flight," an oil-on-canvas genre painting by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1901 during his time in French Polynesia, and is a representative piece of the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork currently resides in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The painting depicts two figures riding horseback through a vibrant and tropical landscape, rendered with Gauguin's characteristic use of bold colors and simplified forms. The background features lush vegetation and a serene waterway, providing a strong sense of place that reflects the artist's fascination with Polynesian life.

348. Floral and vegetable motifs

Floral and vegetable motifs

The artwork titled "Floral and Vegetable Motifs," created by Paul Gauguin in 1893, is a glass piece belonging to the Cloisonnism art movement. Displayed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, this flower painting exemplifies Gauguin's mastery of integrating intricate botanical designs. The composition features stylized representations of floral and vegetable forms, delineated with bold contours, characteristic of Cloisonnism, which accentuates the separation of color fields, reminiscent of stained glass artistry.

349. Flowers and a bird

Flowers and a bird

"Flowers and a Bird," an oil painting created circa 1885 by Paul Gauguin in Paris, France, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and belongs to the design genre. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, features a vibrant and dynamic composition of blooming flowers juxtaposed with the delicate imagery of a bird. With its rich color palette and detailed brushstrokes, the artwork captures the essence of natural beauty and the artist's distinct aesthetic style.

350. Flowers and carpet

Flowers and carpet

The artwork "Flowers and Carpet," created in 1881 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Categorized as a still life, the painting depicts a vibrant composition of colorful flowers set against a richly textured carpet. The dynamic brushwork and vivid palette are hallmarks of Gauguin's early style. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork captures the interplay of light and texture, imbuing the scene with a sense of spontaneity and natural beauty reflective of the artist's Parisian influences during this period.

351. Flowers and carpet (Pansies)

Flowers and carpet (Pansies)

The artwork, titled "Flowers and carpet (Pansies)" and created by Paul Gauguin in 1880 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on panel belonging to the Impressionism movement and categorized under the still life genre. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork features a vivid display of pansies set against a richly textured carpet, embodying the vibrant color palette and brushstroke technique typical of Impressionism. The composition harmoniously blends the delicate beauty of the flowers with the intricate and colorful patterns of the carpet, showcasing Gauguin's keen observation and skillful use of color and texture.

352. Flowers and Japanese book

Flowers and Japanese book

"Flowers and Japanese book," created by the renowned artist Paul Gaugin in 1882 in Paris, is an Impressionist still life painting rendered in oil on canvas. The artwork is housed at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark. The painting depicts a thoughtfully arranged bouquet of vibrant flowers placed in a vase on a table, with a Japanese book resting beside it. The background is composed of softly blended, muted tones, highlighting the rich colors and textures of the flowers and the reflective quality of the ceramic containers, epitomizing the Impressionist movement's emphasis on light and color.

353. Flowers in a fruit bowl

Flowers in a fruit bowl

The artwork entitled "Flowers in a Fruit Bowl" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1894 in Paris, France. This piece, executed with oil on canvas, belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and is classified under the genre of still life. It is currently housed at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The artwork beautifully depicts a serene and intimate scene of delicate flowers arranged in a glass vase, juxtaposed with a bowl containing various fruits. The composition reflects Gauguin's characteristic use of vibrant colors and bold forms, capturing the essence of post-impressionist aesthetics.

354. Flowers of France

Flowers of France
  • Artwork Name: Flowers of France
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 72 x 92 cm

The artwork titled "Flowers of France" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 72 x 92 cm. This piece, belonging to the Cloisonnism art movement, can be classified under the genre of genre painting and is currently housed at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The artwork portrays a vivid bouquet of flowers in a vase, set against a contrasting background, with two figures subtly present in the scene. The composition draws attention through its bold color palette and the precise application of paint, characteristic of Gauguin's distinctive style.

355. Flutist on the cliffs

Flutist on the cliffs

The artwork, titled "Flutist on the Cliffs," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of genre painting. The artwork depicts a serene coastal landscape characterized by rugged cliffs and a subtle interplay of colors, typical of the artist's style. The composition features a flutist, delicately integrated into the natural surroundings, creating a harmonious blend of humanity and nature. The painterly brushstrokes and vivid palette exemplify Gauguin's distinctive approach to capturing the essence of both the scene and the figure within.

356. Four Breton Women

Four Breton Women

"Four Breton Women," an oil on canvas masterpiece by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1886 in Pont-Aven, France. Exemplifying the Post-Impressionism movement, this genre painting is displayed at the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, Germany. The artwork depicts four Breton women attired in traditional clothing. The women, engrossed in their activities, showcase Gauguin's keen interest in capturing the culture and daily life of Brittany, manifesting through his distinctive use of rich, earthy colors and expressive brushwork.

357. Night Cafe in Arles (Madame Ginoux)

Night Cafe in Arles (Madame Ginoux)

The artwork titled "Night Cafe in Arles (Madame Ginoux)," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Arles-sur-tech, France, is an exemplary piece of Post-Impressionism, executed with oil on canvas. The artwork, measuring 71.5 x 91.5 cm, depicts a genre scene set in a lively, vibrant cafe, and is currently housed at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The scene is characterized by its vivid colors and expressive brushstrokes, showcasing patrons engaged in various activities around a billiard table, with Madame Ginoux prominently positioned in the foreground, thus capturing a slice of late 19th-century French cafe life.

358. Nirvana, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan

Nirvana, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan

The artwork, titled "Nirvana, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1890 in France and is currently housed at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. This allegorical painting, rendered in oil on silk and measuring 22 x 28.5 cm, is an exemplar of the Post-Impressionism movement. The piece portrays Jacob Meyer de Haan with a striking and expressive visage, accompanied by a partially reclined figure in the background, enhancing the painting's enigmatic and contemplative nature.

359. Noa Noa Suite: Delightful Land

Noa Noa Suite: Delightful Land

The artwork titled "Noa Noa Suite: Delightful Land," created around 1893 by Paul Gauguin in Paris, France, is a woodcut on paper, measuring 47.6 by 27.2 centimeters. It is a hallmark of the Post-Impressionism art movement and belongs to the literary painting genre. The artwork depicts an exotic and idyllic scene with its use of bold outlines and flat planes of color, characteristic of Gauguin's attempt to capture a sense of primitivism and paradise, likely influenced by his experiences in Tahiti. Rich in cultural elements and symbolic themes, the artwork portrays a serene, almost mythical figure surrounded by lush, stylized vegetation, suggesting a deep, introspective narrative.

360. Normandy Landscape: Cow in a Meadow

Normandy Landscape: Cow in a Meadow

The artwork, "Normandy Landscape: Cow in a Meadow," created by Paul Gauguin in 1884, during his time in Déville-lès-Rouen / Maromme / Déville, France, masterfully captures the essence of Impressionism on a 55.5 x 46.3 cm oil on canvas. This landscape scene, now housed in a private collection, features a serene meadow where a solitary cow grazes amidst the tranquil, lush greenery, accentuated by the vibrant brushstrokes typical of the Impressionist movement. The composition reflects Gauguin's ability to blend natural beauty with an expressive use of color and texture, presenting a harmonious and pastoral view of the countryside.

361. Nostalgic Promenade

Nostalgic Promenade

"Nostalgic Promenade," crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in Pont-Aven, France, is an oil on canvas artwork representative of the Post-Impressionism movement. This landscape genre painting evokes a serene and pastoral atmosphere, depicting a lush natural setting with a vivid interplay of light and shadow. The artwork captures a scene where two figures are seen strolling along a shaded path, framed by tall trees and a rustic fence, further enhancing the nostalgic and tranquil mood it aims to portray. Gauguin's distinctive style and innovative use of color and form are evident, offering a contemplative glimpse into the artist's interpretation of the landscape.

362. The Coast of Bellangenay

The Coast of Bellangenay

"The Coast of Bellangenay," created around 1890 by Paul Gauguin, is a notable example of the Post-Impressionism movement, classified under the genre of marina. The artwork depicts a serene coastal scene, characterized by rugged rocks and the gentle ebb and flow of the ocean waves meeting the shore. The use of muted and natural colors imparts a tranquil and contemplative ambiance, while the subtle interplay of light and shadow highlights Gauguin's mastery in capturing the essence of nature. In this composition, the artist's distinctive style and nuanced brushwork are evident, reflecting his deep appreciation for the natural world.

363. Martinique Landscape

Martinique Landscape

The artwork titled "Martinique Landscape" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1887, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 88.5 x 115 cm. This piece, a distinguished example of Post-Impressionism, is categorized within the landscape genre and is currently housed in the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, UK. The artwork portrays a serene and lush tropical scene, characterized by verdant vegetation, a meandering path, and a distant mountainous horizon, all rendered with Gauguin's distinctive brushwork and vibrant color palette.

364. Notre Dame des Agnes

Notre Dame des Agnes

"Notre Dame des Agnes," created by Paul Gauguin in 1884 in France, is an oil-on-canvas painting that belongs to the Impressionism movement and depicts a tranquil cityscape. The artwork is currently held in a private collection. The scene captures a serene and lush countryside view with verdant trees and a subtle pathway leading to a grand structure, likely a church, set against a gentle, textured sky, embodying the artist's impressionistic style and reverence for natural beauty.

365. Oestervold Park, Copenhagen

Oestervold Park, Copenhagen
  • Artwork Name: Oestervold Park, Copenhagen
  • Year: 1885; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 59.1 x 72.7 cm

The artwork titled "Oestervold Park, Copenhagen" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1885, utilizing oil on canvas. It belongs to the Impressionism movement, characterized by its vibrant depiction of light and atmosphere. The painting measures 59.1 x 72.7 cm and falls under the landscape genre. Currently, it is housed in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, UK. The artwork portrays a serene park scene with a lush array of trees surrounding a tranquil body of water, capturing the natural beauty and peaceful ambiance of Oestervold Park in Copenhagen.

366. Olden times

Olden times
  • Artwork Name: Olden times
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 91 x 69 cm

The artwork titled "Olden Times" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1892 in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 91 x 69 cm. Celebrated for its alignment with the Cloisonnism art movement, this genre painting is preserved in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. The artwork depicts a serene and vivid scene with a prominent tree trunk in the foreground, native women in traditional attire, a large statue, lush green landscapes, and mountains in the background. Gauguin's use of bold colors, strong outlines, and simplified forms emphasizes the exotic and mystical aura of the Tahitian environment, reflecting his quest for a purer, more primitive culture.

367. Still Life with a Fan

Still Life with a Fan

"Still Life with a Fan," created around 1889 by Paul Gauguin, is a Post-Impressionist oil painting on canvas, measuring 50 by 61 cm. This artwork, currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, depicts a still life scene. It features assorted fruits arranged casually with a decorative fan and a metal pitcher. The fan, adorned with a delicate landscape of trees and a figure, contrasts vividly against the surrounding rustic elements, showcasing Gauguin's characteristic use of vibrant colors and bold compositions.

368. Still Life with a Mandolin

Still Life with a Mandolin

"Still Life with a Mandolin," created by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, rendered in oil on canvas, measures 64 by 53 centimeters and is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris. This still life composition showcases a meticulous arrangement of objects including a mandolin, a vase of vibrant flowers, and a plate, set against a rich and textured background. Gauguin's masterful use of color and brushwork brings a dynamic yet harmonious quality to the scene, emphasizing the elegance and beauty of everyday items.

369. Still life with apples and green vase

Still life with apples and green vase

The artwork titled "Still Life with Apples and Green Vase" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1890 in France, is an oil-on-canvas painting residing in a private collection. Painted during the Post-Impressionist movement, the artwork exemplifies the genre of still life. It portrays a meticulously arranged composition of apples and a green vase set against a dark, textured background. The overall tone of the painting is imbued with rich, deep colors and carefully rendered details, demonstrating Gauguin's skill in capturing the interplay of light and shadow, thus highlighting the weight and volume of the objects depicted.

370. Still Life with Apples, a Pear and a Ceramic Portrait Jug

Still Life with Apples, a Pear and a Ceramic Portrait Jug

The artwork "Still Life with Apples, a Pear and a Ceramic Portrait Jug" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France, utilizing oil on a panel. Measuring 28.5 by 36.2 cm, it is a quintessential example of the Post-Impressionism movement, and it falls under the still life genre. Currently housed in the Fogg Museum at Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this piece portrays a composition of vividly colored apples and a pear arranged in a bowl beside a distinguished ceramic portrait jug, set against a textured backdrop that enhances the depth and richness of the scene.

371. Still life with carafe and ceramic figure

Still life with carafe and ceramic figure

"Still life with carafe and ceramic figure," created by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on canvas representative of the Impressionism movement. As a still life, the artwork captures a tabletop scene featuring a carafe, a ceramic figure, and other objects, possibly including a small vessel, arrayed against a vibrant and intricately textured backdrop. The composition and use of color reflect Gauguin's characteristic approach, with a harmonious blend of naturalistic detail and expressive brushwork. This painting is housed in a private collection, underscoring its significance and value in the art world.

372. Still Life with Cherries

Still Life with Cherries

"Still Life with Cherries" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in Paris, France. This artwork belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and depicts a still life composition. The artwork features a harmonious arrangement of objects placed on a table, including a decanter filled with red liquid, a ceramic jug with floral patterns, and a bowl containing an assortment of fruits, prominently featuring cherries. The tablecloth and the softly hued background contribute to the overall tranquil aesthetic of the painting. Presently, the artwork resides in a private collection.

373. Still life with fruit plate

Still life with fruit plate

"Still Life with Fruit Plate" is an oil on canvas painting created in 1880 by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin in Paris, France. Executed in the style of Impressionism, the artwork measures 16.5 x 25 cm and falls within the still life genre, exemplifying Gauguin's early exploration of this artistic movement. The painting showcases a delicate arrangement of various fruits placed both on a raised plate and directly on a white cloth, capturing a serene, everyday moment with nuanced brushstrokes and a subtle interplay of light and color. Currently, the artwork resides in a private collection.

374. Still life with horse's head

Still life with horse's head

The artwork, titled "Still Life with Horse's Head," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in France. Executed with oil on canvas, it exemplifies the Japonism movement and belongs to the genre of still life. Currently held in a private collection, the painting features a meticulously detailed horse's head positioned among an assortment of objects. Prominent in the background are Japanese fans adorned with floral and butterfly motifs, alongside a figure clothed in traditional Eastern attire. The composition reflects Gaugin's exploration of Japonism and his profound interest in incorporating elements of Eastern aesthetics within Western art traditions.

375. Still life with Japanese print

Still life with Japanese print

"Still Life with Japanese Print" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888 in France, is a notable oil on canvas artwork associated with the Japonism art movement. Measuring 31.7 x 55.5 cm, the artwork is a still life composition. In the artwork, Gauguin juxtaposes a depiction of assorted fruits and a ceramic pot against a backdrop featuring a Japanese print, merging Western painting traditions with Eastern influences to create a harmonious and balanced scene.

376. Still Life with l'Esperance

Still Life with l'Esperance

"Still Life with l'Esperance," painted in 1901 by Paul Gauguin in French Polynesia, is an exquisite example of Post-Impressionist artistry rendered in oil on canvas. The artwork, measuring 65.5 by 77 centimeters, resides in a private collection. This still life composition vividly captures a bouquet of vibrant sunflowers arranged in a decorative vase, adorned with figures, set against a rich, earth-toned background. Subtle details, such as a bowl and a partially hidden portrait, contribute to the depth and intrigue of the piece, epitomizing Gauguin's masterful use of color and form.

377. The rider in front of the hub

The rider in front of the hub

"The Rider in Front of the Hub," created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas associated with the Cloisonnism art movement. This genre painting, measuring 58 x 34 cm, is currently held in a private collection. The artwork portrays a serene, tropical landscape with vibrant and expressive colors, characteristic of Gauguin's style. A male figure on horseback is the focal point, set against lush greenery and rustic elements, creating a sense of tranquility and connection with nature.

378. The road up

The road up

"The Road Up," an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1884, exemplifies the Impressionist movement and falls under the landscape genre. The artwork, currently housed at the E.G. Bührle Foundation in Zürich, Switzerland, depicts a serene rural scene. The painting features a winding road climbing up the terrain, bordered by natural greenery and intersected by rustic houses with red-tiled roofs. Above, the sky is rendered in vibrant hues, marked by dynamic, expressive brushstrokes that capture the ephemeral quality of light and atmosphere, characteristic of Impressionist techniques.

379. The Royal End

The Royal End
  • Artwork Name: The Royal End
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 48 x 75 cm

"The Royal End" is an oil-on-canvas artwork created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. Executed in the Cloisonnism style, the mythological painting measures 48 x 75 cm and is currently housed in the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California. The artwork features a symbolic and somber depiction with vivid hues and bold lines, characteristic of Gauguin's mythical and primal exploration of Polynesian culture.

380. The Seed of the Areoi

The Seed of the Areoi

"The Seed of the Areoi," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting representative of the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork, which measures 92 x 72 cm, is a nude painting featured in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. The artwork portrays a serene and contemplative woman, seated gracefully amid a vibrant tropical landscape of lush foliage and mountainous backdrop. Gauguin's use of bold colors and flattened forms reflects his distinctive style, capturing the essence of the Polynesian environment and culture.

381. The Seine at the Pont d'Iena

The Seine at the Pont d'Iena

"The Seine at the Pont d'Iena" is an oil painting on canvas by Paul Gauguin, created in 1875 in Paris, France. This Impressionist cityscape, measuring 92.5 by 65 centimeters, is housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The artwork depicts the serene view of the Seine River near the Pont d'Iena, with a bridge in the background and boats docked along the snow-covered riverbank. The use of light and muted colors exemplifies the characteristics of the Impressionist movement, capturing the tranquil and reflective atmosphere of the urban landscape.

382. The Seine in Paris

The Seine in Paris
  • Artwork Name: The Seine in Paris
  • Year: 1875; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 81 x 116 cm

"The Seine in Paris," created by Paul Gauguin in 1875, is an oil painting on canvas that reflects the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, which measures 81 by 116 cm, depicts a cityscape along the Seine River in Paris, France. Currently housed in a private collection, the painting captures the serene atmosphere of the riverbanks, with boats docked near an industrial structure, against a backdrop of a vibrant blue sky and distant buildings. The composition evokes a sense of tranquil daily life intertwined with the growing urbanization of Paris during the late 19th century.

383. The Seine opposite the wharf de passy

The Seine opposite the wharf de passy

"The Seine Opposite the Wharf de Passy," an oil on canvas created by Paul Gauguin in 1875 during his time in Paris, France, belongs to the Impressionism art movement and exemplifies the cityscape genre. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, features a serene riverside view along the Seine River, with boats moored at the shore and individuals engaging in various activities. The composition is characterized by soft, diffused light and a nuanced interplay of earth tones and blues, capturing the tranquil ambiance of the scene. The use of brushwork conveys a sense of immediacy and movement, consistent with the Impressionist emphasis on capturing fleeting moments and the vibrancy of urban life.

384. The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa (Marquesan Man in the Red Cape)

The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa (Marquesan Man in the Red Cape)

"The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa (Marquesan Man in the Red Cape)" is a 1902 oil on canvas portrait by Paul Gauguin, created in French Polynesia. As a Post-Impressionist work, the artwork depicts a Marquesan man adorned in a vibrant red cape and dark attire standing in a lush, natural landscape with human and animal companions. The rich colors and stylized forms are characteristic of Gauguin's later period, reflecting his fascination with the indigenous culture and the verdant environment.

385. The square pond

The square pond

"The Square Pond," created in 1884 by renowned artist Paul Gauguin, is an oil on canvas painting rendered in the Impressionist style. This landscape artwork, currently held in a private collection, portrays a serene pastoral scene centered around a square pond, surrounded by lush greenery and a gentle panorama of rural houses and trees. The composition showcases Gauguin's adept use of light and texture, evoking a tranquil and contemplative atmosphere.

386. The swineherd

The swineherd
  • Artwork Name: The swineherd
  • Year: 1889; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Swineherd," an 1889 oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, is an exemplar of the Cloisonnism art movement and is categorized under the landscape genre. Created in Pont-Aven, France, this artwork is currently housed in a private collection. The painting depicts a serene pastoral scene, characterized by bold and unconventional use of color and strong outlines. An individual is shown seated pensively beside a stream, while three pigs graze nearby, against a backdrop of visually distinctive trees that exhibit a rich tapestry of greens and browns under an expansive sky.

387. A seashore

A seashore
  • Artwork Name: A seashore
  • Year: 1887; Martinique
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 61 cm

"A Seashore," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1887 in Martinique, exemplifies the Post-Impressionist movement through its vibrant application of oil on canvas, with dimensions of 46 x 61 cm. The artwork, classified as genre painting, captures a serene coastal scene featuring individuals in traditional attire along the shore, with a tranquil sea and distant landscape under a luminous sky. This image, which is part of a private collection, highlights Gauguin’s distinctive use of color and form to convey a evocative, tranquil atmosphere.

388. At the black rocks

At the black rocks
  • Artwork Name: At the black rocks
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: gouache,ink,watercolor,paper
  • Dimensions: 24.2 x 40.9 cm

"At the Black Rocks," created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France, is a captivating work of art executed in gouache, ink, and watercolor on paper, measuring 24.2 x 40.9 cm. The artwork, which belongs to the Japonism movement and falls under the genre of marina (seascape), is part of a private collection. The composition showcases a discernible influence of Japanese aesthetics, illustrating a dramatic seascape with striking black rock formations amid swirling waves and a serene sky, imbued with a sense of mystical and dreamlike essence.

389. At the Foot of the Mountain

At the Foot of the Mountain

"At the Foot of the Mountain" is an oil on canvas artwork created in 1892 by Paul Gauguin during his time in French Polynesia. This landscape painting, measuring 68 x 92 cm, is a notable example of the Cloisonnism movement. The artwork, which is housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, depicts a tranquil scene featuring vibrant colors and distinct forms. It captures the exotic allure of the Polynesian landscape with a composition dominated by a large tree with yellow foliage, flanked by other lush vegetation, set against a dramatic mountainous backdrop. A solitary figure and a horse add a sense of scale and human presence to the natural scenery.

390. At the pond

At the pond
  • Artwork Name: At the pond
  • Year: 1887; Martinique
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "At the Pond," created by Paul Gauguin in 1887 while in Martinique, is an oil on canvas painting belonging to the Post-Impressionism art movement and the genre painting category. The serene scene depicts two figures near a pond, surrounded by lush greenery and trees, with one seated and the other standing beside a cow. The use of vibrant colors and expressive brushstrokes captures the tranquil yet vivid essence of the natural environment. This piece is currently housed at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

391. At the Window

At the Window
  • Artwork Name: At the Window
  • Year: 1882; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork, titled "At the Window," created by Paul Gauguin in 1882 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on canvas displaying characteristics of the Impressionism movement. It is a still life composition depicting objects arranged on a yellow, textured surface, including a rustic container, a slender and elegantly shaped bottle, a lemon on a saucer, and a glass with a stirring rod. The use of earthy tones and the emphasis on the play of light and shadow suggest a meticulous study of observational detail. This masterpiece is currently housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

392. Aube the Sculptor and His Son

Aube the Sculptor and His Son

The artwork, titled "Aube the Sculptor and His Son," is a portrait created by Paul Gauguin in 1882 in Paris, France. This oil-on-canvas painting, marked by the Impressionist art movement, measures 53 by 72 centimeters. It is currently housed in the Petit Palais in Paris, France. The composition presents a dual scene, with the left panel depicting a young boy, deeply engrossed in his reading, and the right panel featuring an older man, presumably the sculptor, engaged in his craft. The contrast in their activities creates a harmonious balance that captures a tender moment between father and son.

393. Autumn Landscape (Farm and pond)

Autumn Landscape (Farm and pond)

"Autumn Landscape (Farm and pond)," created by Paul Gauguin in 1877, is an oil on canvas painting that falls under the Impressionism movement. The artwork, measuring 64.8 by 100.5 cm, depicts a serene rural scene featuring a pond surrounded by lush greenery and farm buildings. The tranquil ambiance is enhanced by the detailed rendering of large trees and a calm sky, capturing the essence of an autumnal countryside. This landscape masterpiece is part of a private collection.

394. Aven running through Pont-Aven

Aven running through Pont-Aven

The artwork, titled "Aven running through Pont-Aven," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888, during his time in Pont-Aven, France. Executed in oil on canvas, this landscape falls within the Post-Impressionism movement and is currently held in a private collection. The painting captures a serene rural scene with vibrant, expressive colors and bold forms, characteristic of Gaugin's Post-Impressionist style. The lush landscape includes dynamic vegetation, a quaint cottage, and two figures engaged in an activity, all rendered with a distinct and harmonious composition that reveals the artist's departure from traditional Impressionism toward a more symbolic and emotive representation of nature.

395. Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ)

Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ)

The artwork "Baby (Nativity of Tahitian Christ)" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1896 in French Polynesia, is an allegorical painting that belongs to the Cloisonnism movement. Rendered in oil on canvas, the piece measures 66 x 75 cm and is currently housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The painting depicts a Tahitian interpretation of the Nativity scene, characterized by Gauguin's distinctive style of bold outlines and vivid colors. The composition includes figures with serene expressions amidst a pastoral setting, blending the sacred narrative with the artist's fascination for Polynesian culture.

396. Banks of the Oise

Banks of the Oise

"**Banks of the Oise**" is an oil painting on canvas created by the renowned artist **Paul Gauguin** in **1881** in Paris, France. This artwork, currently held in a private collection, belongs to the **Impressionism** movement, encapsulating the genre of **landscape** painting. The artwork depicts a serene riverside scene with lush greenery and calm waters, characterized by the light and brushstroke techniques reminiscent of the Impressionist style. The composition invites viewers into a tranquil, natural setting, capturing the ephemeral effects of light and atmosphere.

397. Fruit

Fruit
  • Artwork Name: Fruit
  • Year: 1886; France

The artwork, titled "Fruit" and created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in France, exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement and falls within the genre of design. Currently housed in a private collection, the painting showcases a circular composition featuring a close-up view of various fruits. The use of vivid and textured brushstrokes, typical of Post-Impressionism, brings a dynamic quality to the depiction of the fruits, highlighting their rich and varied colors against a muted background. This work not only captures the essence of the subjects but also demonstrates Gauguin's skillful manipulation of color and form.

398. Fruit in a bowl

Fruit in a bowl

The artwork titled "Fruit in a Bowl," created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in France, epitomizes Post-Impressionism through its vibrant use of color and distinctive brushwork. Rendered in oil on canvas, this still life captures a simple yet evocative scene of fruit arranged in a bowl, showcasing Gauguin's ability to infuse everyday objects with a sense of profound beauty. The artwork, held in a private collection, reflects Gauguin's experimental approach to composition and his departure from traditional techniques, embodying the essence of the Post-Impressionist movement.

399. Fruits

Fruits
  • Artwork Name: Fruits
  • Year: 1888; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork "Fruits," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in France, is an exemplary piece of Post-Impressionist still life rendered in oil on canvas. Currently housed at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia, the artwork beautifully depicts an assortment of fruits arranged on a table. The composition and use of color reflect the characteristic vibrancy and stylistic innovation of the Post-Impressionism movement. The juxtaposition of the fruits' varied textures and the subtle play of light exemplify Gauguin's adeptness in conveying depth and atmosphere. A figure with an ambiguous expression can be seen interacting with the fruits, adding an enigmatic quality to the still life.

400. Garden In Rue Carcel

Garden In Rue Carcel

"Garden In Rue Carcel," created circa 1883 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil on canvas painting characterized by its Impressionist style and classified as genre painting. This artwork, set in Paris, France, captures a serene garden scene with a family. The garden is depicted with lush greenery and a calming atmosphere, showcasing Gauguin's mastery in rendering everyday life with nuanced detail and vibrant colors. It is housed in the National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

401. Garden under Snow

Garden under Snow
  • Artwork Name: Garden under Snow
  • Year: 1879; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.5 x 80.5 cm

"Garden under Snow," an oil painting on canvas by Paul Gauguin, dates back to 1879 when it was created in Paris, France. This Impressionist landscape, measuring 60.5 by 80.5 centimeters, captures the serene and delicate beauty of a snow-covered garden. The artwork portrays a tranquil winter scene, characterized by barren trees and a soft, white blanket of snow, rendered with loose brushstrokes and a muted color palette. It is currently housed in the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, Hungary.

402. Geese in the meadow

Geese in the meadow

"Geese in the Meadow," created by Paul Gauguin in 1885, is an oil on canvas artwork that exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This landscape painting, currently housed at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine, USA, depicts a serene rural scene. The artwork captures geese grazing in a meadow, surrounded by lush foliage and quaint buildings in the background, rendered in Gauguin's distinctive style, characterized by vibrant colors and expressive brushwork.

403. Geese on the farm

Geese on the farm

"Geese on the Farm," an oil on canvas painting created in 1879 by Paul Gauguin, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. This landscape artwork, currently held in a private collection, captures a serene rural scene in France with meticulous attention to light and atmosphere. In the artwork, a rustic farmhouse with red-tiled roofs stands amidst lush surroundings, contrasting against a partly cloudy sky. Geese are prominently featured in the foreground, enhancing the pastoral charm and tranquility of the rural setting.

404. Girl with a Fan

Girl with a Fan
  • Artwork Name: Girl with a Fan
  • Year: 1902; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Girl with a Fan," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1902 during his stay in French Polynesia, is an oil on canvas portrait that exemplifies the Post-Impressionism art movement. The artwork depicts a young woman seated on an ornately carved chair, draped in a white garment, holding a distinctive fan. Her calm and introspective gaze, coupled with a lavishly warm color palette, evokes a serene yet enigmatic ambiance. This piece is housed at the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany.

405. Grape Harvest at Arles

Grape Harvest at Arles
  • Artwork Name: Grape Harvest at Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm

"Grape Harvest at Arles," created in 1888 by Paul Gauguin in Arles-sur-Tech, France, is an exemplary piece of the Post-Impressionism movement. This oil on canvas painting, measuring 73 x 92 cm, belongs to the genre painting category. The artwork vividly depicts a scene of grape harvest, characterized by Gauguin's distinctive bold colors and expressive forms. It features three figures: a seated woman with a contemplative expression, another woman standing to the left holding a container, and two individuals bent over with their faces obscured while working amidst the vineyard. The use of muted tones contrasted by vibrant background colors reflects the artist's affinity for emotional depth and simplicity, typical of the Post-Impressionist style.

406. Gratte roosters path

Gratte roosters path

"Gratte Roosters Path," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1882 in France, is an Impressionist landscape rendered in oil on canvas. The artwork, currently housed in a private collection, illustrates Gauguin's adept utilization of color and brushstroke characteristic of the Impressionist movement. It depicts a serene and verdant countryside scene, with lush greenery and a pathway winding through a dense, rural landscape, embodying the tranquil beauty and ephemeral quality of nature.

407. Old Women of Arles

Old Women of Arles
  • Artwork Name: Old Women of Arles
  • Year: 1888; Arles-sur-tech, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm

"Old Women of Arles," an oil on canvas by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888 in Arles-sur-Tech, France, is a notable example of the Post-Impressionism art movement. Measuring 73 x 92 cm, the artwork is a genre painting currently housed at the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, IL, US. The artwork portrays a group of elderly women enveloped in dark garments, set against a vibrant and stylized backdrop, embodying Gauguin's characteristic use of bold colors and innovative compositional techniques that contribute to the post-impressionist narrative.

408. Orana Maria (Hail Maria)

Orana Maria (Hail Maria)

The artwork, titled "Orana Maria (Hail Maria)" by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1894 in Paris, France. Executed in watercolor on paper, this piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of allegorical painting. The artwork depicts a serene and ethereal composition, characterized by delicate brushwork and soft, muted colors. A central female figure holds a child, invoking religious and maternal themes, while the surrounding elements blend seamlessly into the ethereal background, creating a sense of reverence and tranquility.

409. Orchard under the Church of Bihorel (Children in the Pasture)

Orchard under the Church of Bihorel (Children in the Pasture)

"Orchard under the Church of Bihorel (Children in the Pasture)" is an oil on canvas artwork by Paul Gauguin, created in 1884 in France. Exemplifying the Impressionist movement, this landscape painting measures 65.5 x 46 cm and is housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. The artwork depicts an idyllic pastoral scene featuring children at play under the shade of lush trees, with a church subtly blending into the background. The artwork employs rich, vibrant colors and dynamic brushstrokes, capturing the serene beauty of the natural landscape.

410. Osny, rue de Pontoise, Winter

Osny, rue de Pontoise, Winter

The artwork "Osny, rue de Pontoise, Winter," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1883 using oil on canvas, epitomizes the Impressionist movement with its cityscape genre. The artwork captures a quiet street scene in Osny, France, during winter. The scene is characterized by a snow-covered road flanked by buildings and trees, with a few indistinct figures walking along the path. The brushwork is loose and expressive, typical of Impressionist techniques, and the colors are muted, encapsulating the subdued mood of a winter day. The overall composition and use of light reflect Gauguin's mastery in conveying the tranquil and serene ambiance of a small French town in winter.

411. Osny, the gate of Busagny farm

Osny, the gate of Busagny farm

"Osny, the gate of Busagny farm," crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1884 using oil on canvas, exemplifies the Impressionist movement through its depiction of a serene rural landscape in France. The artwork captures a tranquil scene with lush greenery, rustic buildings, and a clear sky, employing soft brushstrokes and a warm color palette to convey the peaceful ambiance and natural beauty of the countryside.

412. Palm trees on Martinique

Palm trees on Martinique

The artwork entitled "Palm Trees on Martinique," created in 1887 by the renowned Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin, masterfully captures a vibrant landscape in Martinique using oil on canvas. It depicts a lush scene filled with towering palm trees, verdant foliage, and vibrant hues, which evoke a sense of warmth and tropical allure. The scene is further animated by the presence of a few figures and animals, which add life and scale to the landscape. This notable piece is part of a private collection.

413. Paris in the snow

Paris in the snow

"Paris in the Snow," an artwork by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1894 using oil on canvas in Paris, France. As a cityscape belonging to the Post-Impressionism movement, the artwork captures a serene Parisian winter scene with accessible charm and intricacy. The composition portrays snow-covered streets and buildings, with bare trees stretching across the canvas, reflecting a tranquil but vibrant blend of colors and forms. This painting is part of the esteemed collection at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

414. Party wall

Party wall
  • Artwork Name: Party wall
  • Year: 1881; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Party wall," created by the artist Paul Gauguin in 1881, is an oil painting on canvas. This piece, representative of the Impressionist movement, falls within the genre of cityscapes. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork vividly depicts a scene rich in lush greenery and vibrant, textured brushstrokes typical of the impressionist style. The composition is dominated by a rustic wall intertwined with foliage, set against the backdrop of a structure with distinct architectural details, all under a dynamic sky.

415. Path down to the Aven

Path down to the Aven

The artwork titled "Path down to the Aven," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1888 while in Pont-Aven, France, is a quintessential example of the Post-Impressionist movement rendered in oil on canvas. The artwork embodies a serene landscape genre, depicting a tranquil forest path leading towards the Aven river. The rich, vibrant colors and expressive brushstrokes highlight the interplay of light and shadow among the trees, capturing the essence of the natural environment. Gauguin's attention to detail and his use of bold colors exemplify the Post-Impressionist emphasis on emotion and symbolic content.

416. Paysage, Ou Promenade Familiale

Paysage, Ou Promenade Familiale

"Paysage, Ou Promenade Familiale," created by Paul Gauguin in 1901, is an exemplary work from the Post-Impressionist movement, categorized within the landscape genre. The artwork depicts a serene natural setting with lush greenery, punctuated by mature trees and a peaceful sky. A small hut is nestled amidst the foliage, and in the foreground, a figure and a child are captured in a moment of leisurely promenade. The painting's vibrant use of color and expressive brushstrokes are characteristic of Gauguin's distinctive style, evoking a sense of tranquility and harmony with nature.

417. Still life with mangoes

Still life with mangoes

"Still Life with Mangoes," created circa 1893 by the artist Paul Gauguin during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas following the Cloisonnism art movement. The artwork measures 30.4 by 47.4 centimeters and is part of a private collection. Illustrating a still life genre, the painting showcases vibrantly hued mangoes, placed both on white dishware and scattered around, amidst lush floral elements, reflecting Gauguin's bold use of color and simplified forms characteristic of his unique style.

418. Still life with mangoes and hibiscus

Still life with mangoes and hibiscus

"Still Life with Mangoes and Hibiscus," an exquisite work of art by Paul Gauguin, created in 1887 while he was in Martinique, stands as a testament to Post-Impressionism. The artwork, rendered in oil on canvas, measures 32.5 by 47 cm and belongs to the still life genre. It carefully juxtaposes the vibrant hues of ripe mangoes with the vivid bloom of a hibiscus, showcasing Gauguin's remarkable ability to capture the essence of natural beauty through his adept use of color and texture.

419. Still life with onions, beetroot and Japanese print

Still life with onions, beetroot and Japanese print

The artwork titled "Still life with onions, beetroot and Japanese print," created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France, is an oil painting on canvas. It exemplifies the Japonism art movement and belongs to the still life genre. The composition features a rustic arrangement of onions, beetroot, and green apples accompanied by a traditional Japanese print in the background. Gauguin's use of vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes highlights his fascination with Japanese aesthetics, seamlessly integrating them into the scene while maintaining a focus on the simplicity and texture of the everyday objects.

420. Still life with Oranges

Still life with Oranges

The artwork, titled "Still Life with Oranges" by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1881 in Paris, France, and exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. Utilizing oil on canvas as the medium, this still life piece measures 33 x 46 cm. It is currently housed at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes in Rennes, France. The artwork features a white bowl that holds several vividly colored oranges, with additional oranges, a knife, and a partially peeled orange placed on a wooden surface nearby. The background is subtly detailed, allowing the vibrant, textured depiction of the oranges and the reflective quality of the ceramic bowl to draw the viewer's focus.

421. Still life with oysters

Still life with oysters

"Still Life with Oysters," created in 1876 by Paul Gauguin in Paris, France, is an oil-on-canvas artwork that embodies the Impressionist movement. The masterpiece, now housed at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA, US, belongs to the genre of still life. The artwork meticulously portrays an array of objects typically associated with an indulgent feasting table: opened oysters, a knife, pieces of citrus fruits, bread, a dark fowl, an assortment of fruit in a pedestal bowl, bottles, and glasses, all set against a somber background. Each element is rendered with careful attention to texture and lighting, demonstrating Gauguin's evolving artistic expertise and his ability to infuse ordinary subjects with a sense of refined simplicity and elegance.

422. Still Life with Parrots

Still Life with Parrots

"Still Life with Parrots," created by Paul Gauguin in 1902 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas belonging to the Post-Impressionism art movement. This still life artwork, currently housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia, showcases Gauguin's distinctive use of vibrant colors and bold forms. The composition features an arrangement of objects on a table, including vividly colored parrots, flowers, and an ornate accessory, all set against a deep, rich background that accentuates the subjects' striking hues and textures.

423. Still Life with Peaches

Still Life with Peaches

"Still Life with Peaches," an oil on panel artwork, was painted by Paul Gauguin in 1889 in France. Measuring 26 by 31.7 cm, this piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and is currently housed in the Fogg Museum at Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts, US. The artwork depicts a collection of vibrant peaches nestled in an ornate bowl set against a muted background, capturing textures and hues with Gauguin's characteristic use of bold colors and expressive brushstrokes.

424. Still life with red mullet and jug

Still life with red mullet and jug

"Still Life with Red Mullet and Jug," an oil painting on canvas by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1876 in Paris, France. This artwork, which embodies the Impressionist movement, portrays a still life scene featuring a red mullet and a jug among other elements, rendered with expressive brushstrokes and dynamic use of light and shadow. Currently housed in the Gothenburg Museum of Art in Gothenburg, Sweden, the painting reflects Gauguin’s early experimentation with color and form within a traditional still life genre.

425. Still Life with Sunflowers on an armchair

Still Life with Sunflowers on an armchair

The artwork titled "Still Life with Sunflowers on an Armchair," created by Paul Gauguin in 1901 during his time in French Polynesia, measures 73 x 92 cm and is executed in oil on canvas. It is a noteworthy piece within the Post-Impressionism movement and exemplifies the still life genre. Currently housed at the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, the artwork features an intricately arranged cluster of vibrant sunflowers placed on an armchair. The composition is further enriched by the presence of a patterned cloth and a figure in the background, demonstrating Gauguin's distinctive use of bold colors and his interest in exotic subjects and settings.

426. Still life with Tahitian oranges

Still life with Tahitian oranges

"Still Life with Tahitian Oranges" is a still life painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. Executed in oil on canvas, the artwork exemplifies the Cloisonnism movement. It depicts a meticulously arranged platter of vibrant oranges, complemented by scattered peppers, all set against a warm yellow background. The simplified forms and bold outlines characteristic of Cloisonnism highlight Gauguin's unique approach to color and composition. The artwork is currently held in a private collection.

427. The Three Huts

The Three Huts
  • Artwork Name: The Three Huts
  • Year: c.1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Three Huts," created by Paul Gauguin around 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil painting on canvas and belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement, showcasing a landscape genre. It is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts three thatched huts amidst a lush, tropical environment, characterized by bold, flat areas of color and strong outlines, typical of Cloisonnism techniques. The scene is enlivened by the presence of people and animals, evoking a serene and pastoral atmosphere.

428. The vase of nasturtiums

The vase of nasturtiums

"The Vase of Nasturtiums," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1886, is an oil on canvas depiction of a still life that falls under the Post-Impressionism movement. This artwork is part of the collection at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. The artwork showcases a vibrant bouquet of nasturtiums arranged in a ceramic vase, exuding rich, vibrant hues and dynamic brushstrokes that capture the essence of the flowers with striking intensity. The juxtaposition of the vivid flora against a more subdued and abstract background highlights Gauguin's mastery in conveying depth and texture, encapsulating a moment of timeless natural beauty.

429. The vase of peonies

The vase of peonies

"The vase of peonies" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1884 during the Impressionism art movement. The artwork is a still life composition featuring a vibrant, richly textured bouquet of peonies set within an ornate vase, displaying Gauguin's skillful use of color and brushwork. Surrounding the central floral arrangement, the background includes impressionistic depictions of other objects and images, adding depth and context to the composition. The artwork exemplifies the vivid and dynamic expressiveness characteristic of Impressionism.

430. The wave

The wave
  • Artwork Name: The wave
  • Year: 1888; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork, titled "The Wave," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 during his time in Pont-Aven, France. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and falls under the genre of marine art. The painting currently resides in a private collection. "The Wave" depicts the tumultuous yet rhythmic dance of waves against dark rocks, highlighted by a vivid palette. The energetic brushstrokes capture the dynamic interplay between the sea's movement and the rocky shore, creating a vibrant and immersive maritime scene.

431. The willows

The willows
  • Artwork Name: The willows
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"The Willows" is an oil-on-canvas artwork created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, during the Post-Impressionist movement. This genre painting, currently housed in the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway, depicts a picturesque, pastoral scene with a group of figures situated among vibrant, abstract willows and lush greenery. The stylized use of color and form reflects Gauguin's distinctive approach, blending naturalistic and symbolic elements to evoke an idyllic, serene atmosphere.

432. The Wooden Gate (The Pig Keeper)

The Wooden Gate (The Pig Keeper)

"The Wooden Gate (The Pig Keeper)" is a landscape oil painting on canvas by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin, created in 1889 in France. This artwork, part of the Post-Impressionism movement, measures 92.5 by 73 centimeters and is currently held in a private collection. The painting depicts a rural scene featuring a crooked wooden gate in the foreground, a pig in the middle ground, and a serene figure, possibly the pig keeper, seated near a thatched-roof cottage among trees, all under a vivid, textured sky. This composition highlights Gauguin's distinctive style and his focus on rustic, bucolic themes.

433. Three Tahitians

Three Tahitians
  • Artwork Name: Three Tahitians
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 94 cm

The artwork titled "Three Tahitians," created by Paul Gauguin in 1899, is an oil painting on canvas. Measuring 73 x 94 cm, this portrait belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and depicts three figures in a serene tropical setting, characterized by vivid colors and distinct brushwork. The central figure, viewed from behind, is flanked by two female figures, one holding an apple and the other adorned with flowers. This composition encapsulates Gauguin's fascination with Tahitian culture and his distinctive post-impressionist style. The artwork is currently housed in the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, UK.

434. Three Tahitian Women

Three Tahitian Women
  • Artwork Name: Three Tahitian Women
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,wood
  • Dimensions: 24.4 x 42.3 cm

"Three Tahitian Women," an oil-on-wood painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1896 during his stay in French Polynesia, is a prime example of the Post-Impressionist movement. The artwork, measuring 24.4 x 42.3 cm, is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This portrait vividly portrays three Tahitian women amidst a lush and serene landscape, showcasing Gauguin's distinct use of bold colors and simplified forms to convey the exotic beauty and cultural richness of his subjects.

435. Three Tahitian Women against a Yellow Background, 1899 (oil on canvas)

Three Tahitian Women against a Yellow Background, 1899 (oil on canvas)

The artwork, “Three Tahitian Women against a Yellow Background, 1899,” painted by Paul Gauguin in oil on canvas, is a notable piece from the Post-Impressionism movement. The painting, created in Punaauia, French Polynesia in 1899, depicts a genre scene featuring three Tahitian women standing in an idyllic, vibrant landscape dominated by a striking yellow background. Measuring 68 by 74 centimeters, this oil canvas is currently housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Gauguin's use of bold colors and simplified forms serves to highlight the serene yet poignant presence of the women against the lush tropical setting.

436. To Make a Bouquet

To Make a Bouquet
  • Artwork Name: To Make a Bouquet
  • Year: 1880; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm

The artwork entitled "To Make a Bouquet," created by Paul Gauguin in 1880 in Paris, France, is an embodiment of the Impressionism movement. This oil painting on canvas, measuring 54 by 65 centimeters, belongs to the still life genre and is currently held in a private collection. The composition masterfully captures a vibrant array of flowers arranged in a basket, set on a dark, wooden surface. The background reveals a glimpse of the outdoors, characterized by a bright pathway and greenery partially obscured by an open door. The rich, textured brushstrokes and vivid interplay of colors quintessentially reflect Gauguin's significant contributions to Impressionism.

437. Barbarian music

Barbarian music
  • Artwork Name: Barbarian music
  • Year: 1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

The artwork entitled "Barbarian Music" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1893 during his time in French Polynesia, is a watercolor piece on paper, representing the Post-Impressionism movement and categorized as an allegorical painting. The artwork displays a vibrant and mystical composition, combining abstract and symbolic elements that reflect Gauguin's fascination with the culture and spiritual life of the Polynesian people. The blending of vivid colors and intriguing figures evokes a sense of enigmatic reverie and artistic depth characteristic of Gauguin's oeuvre.

438. Barbarian poems

Barbarian poems
  • Artwork Name: Barbarian poems
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 63 x 47 cm

The artwork titled "Barbarian Poems," created by Paul Gauguin in 1896 during his time in French Polynesia, is a portrait executed in oil on canvas, measuring 63 x 47 cm. This piece belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and is housed in the Fogg Museum (Harvard Art Museums) in Cambridge, MA, US. The artwork depicts a somber, partially nude figure of a woman, rendered in rich, warm hues complemented by a background featuring vibrant, expressive brushstrokes. The poignant ambiance is accentuated by the presence of a small, enigmatic figure to the left, suggesting deeper cultural and symbolic narratives.

439. Bare Trees

Bare Trees
  • Artwork Name: Bare Trees
  • Year: 1885; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Bare Trees," created by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in France, exemplifies the Impressionism art movement and is executed in oil on canvas. As a landscape painting, the artwork features a composition of leafless trees standing amidst a natural setting, characterized by an interplay of light and shadow that captures the essence of the tranquil scene. The artist employs a rich palette and textured brushwork to create a sense of immediacy and atmosphere, effectively conveying the quiet beauty of the landscape.

440. Basket of flowers

Basket of flowers
  • Artwork Name: Basket of flowers
  • Year: 1884; Amagerbro / Copenhagen / Amagerbro, Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Basket of Flowers," a still life painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1884, is executed in oil on canvas and exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. The artwork features a basket filled with vibrant flowers, rendered in a loose and expressive brushstrokes characteristic of Impressionist techniques. The colorful and textured depiction evokes a sense of natural beauty and tranquility. This masterpiece is presently housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

441. Bathers

Bathers
  • Artwork Name: Bathers
  • Year: 1902; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73 cm

The artwork, titled "Bathers" by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1902 in French Polynesia. This oil on canvas painting measures 92 x 73 cm and belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement. It is a nude painting (nu) and currently resides in a private collection. The composition features figures positioned against a vivid tropical landscape, displaying the artist's characteristic use of bold colors and defined outlines. The serene beach backdrop, coupled with the relaxed demeanor of the bathers, evokes a sense of tranquility and natural beauty, hallmarks of Gauguin's later works.

442. Bathing, Dieppe

Bathing, Dieppe
  • Artwork Name: Bathing, Dieppe
  • Year: 1885; Denmark
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 73 cm

"Bathing, Dieppe," created by Paul Gauguin in 1885, is an oil painting on canvas measuring 73 x 73 cm. Reflective of the Impressionism movement, the artwork depicts a lively coastal scene with bathers and boats, capturing a serene moment by the sea. Noteworthy for its vibrant use of color and loose brushwork, the piece contributes to the landscape genre. Presently housed at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark, the artwork exemplifies Gauguin's mastery in rendering light and atmosphere.

443. Bathing in Front of the Port of Pont-Aven

Bathing in Front of the Port of Pont-Aven

"Bathing in Front of the Port of Pont-Aven," created by Paul Gauguin in 1886 in Pont-Aven, France, is a quintessential example of Post-Impressionism. This oil on canvas artwork measures 80.6 by 59.7 cm and falls under the genre of landscape painting. The artwork depicts a serene natural scene with lush trees and greenery, capturing the tranquil essence of a port town. Gauguin's brushwork and use of color bring to life the peaceful harmony of nature, reflecting the artist's skill in portraying the beauty of the natural environment.

444. Bathing Place

Bathing Place
  • Artwork Name: Bathing Place
  • Year: 1886; Pont-aven, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60 x 73 cm

“Bathing Place” is an oil painting on canvas created in 1886 by Paul Gauguin during his stay in Pont-Aven, France. This Post-Impressionist genre painting, measuring 60 by 73 centimeters, vividly depicts a serene, rustic bathing scene characterized by rich, textured brushstrokes and vibrant colors. The artwork illustrates figures, primarily children, engaging in leisurely activities along a riverbank, with structures and verdant vegetation forming the backdrop. Currently, the painting is housed at the Hiroshima Museum of Art in Hiroshima, Japan.

445. Beach at Le Pouldu

Beach at Le Pouldu
  • Artwork Name: Beach at Le Pouldu
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm

"Beach at Le Pouldu," created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, is an exemplary work of art in the Cloisonnism movement. This oil on canvas landscape, measuring 73 x 92 cm, presents a vivid depiction of the beach at Le Pouldu in France. The artwork employs bold and flat areas of color outlined distinctly, characteristic of the Cloisonnism technique. The composition features the interplay of greenish and bluish hues of the sea with the stark contrast of the reddish sandy beach, encapsulating Gauguin’s unique stylistic approach. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork remains a significant piece reflecting the artist’s distinctive vision and innovative artistic methods.

446. Black pigs

Black pigs
  • Artwork Name: Black pigs
  • Year: 1891; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 91 x 72 cm

The artwork titled "Black Pigs," created by Paul Gauguin in 1891 during his time in French Polynesia, is an oil-on-canvas piece, measuring 91 x 72 cm. As part of the Post-Impressionism movement, this genre painting vividly captures a serene village scene. The composition includes a thatched hut, tropical flora, towering palm trees, and various figures engaged in daily activities. Foreground elements like a grazing horse, a pair of small black pigs, and a seated woman add depth and narrative to the rural setting, while the vibrant color palette and bold brushstrokes emphasize Gauguin's distinctive style.

447. Hail Mary (Ia Orana Maria)

Hail Mary (Ia Orana Maria)

"Hail Mary (Ia Orana Maria)," created by Paul Gauguin circa 1893-1895, is a Post-Impressionist genre painting executed in charcoal. The artwork is housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. It depicts a serene scene featuring a woman carrying a child on her shoulder, possibly representing a Madonna and Child motif set within an exotic landscape, characterized by Gauguin's distinct use of simplified forms and muted colors, evoking a spiritual and earthly harmony.

448. Harbour Scene, Dieppe

Harbour Scene, Dieppe
  • Artwork Name: Harbour Scene, Dieppe
  • Year: c.1883; Paris, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.2 x 72.3 cm

The artwork titled "Harbour Scene, Dieppe," painted by Paul Gauguin around 1883 in Paris, France, is an oil on canvas piece belonging to the Impressionism movement. With dimensions of 60.2 x 72.3 cm, this cityscape captures a dynamic view of the Dieppe harbor. The composition showcases several boats anchored by the waterside, with the background featuring a series of buildings under a cloudy, yet expressive sky rendered with textured and vibrant brushstrokes typical of the Impressionist style. The reflection of light on the water adds a serene yet lively ambiance to the harbor setting.

449. Haymaking

Haymaking
  • Artwork Name: Haymaking
  • Year: 1889; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73.3 cm

The artwork, titled "Haymaking," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1889 using oil on canvas, and is currently housed at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, UK. Measuring 92 x 73.3 cm, this piece exemplifies the Cloisonnism movement and is categorized as genre painting. The artwork depicts a rural scene with field workers engaged in the process of haymaking, characterized by vibrant colors and defined contours typical of Gauguin's style. The composition includes figures of women working in a golden field, while a man guides a cow in the foreground, set against a backdrop of rolling hills and trees.

450. Haymaking in Brittany

Haymaking in Brittany

"Haymaking in Brittany," an oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888 in Pont-Aven, France, exemplifies Post-Impressionism through its vibrant use of color and simplistic forms. Measuring 73 x 92 cm, this genre painting captures rural life, depicting farmers engaged in haymaking activities against a picturesque backdrop of a thatched-roof building and a distant steeple. The artwork's location is the esteemed Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France, where it continues to convey the serene yet industrious ambiance of Brittany's pastoral landscape.

451. Haymaking near Dieppe

Haymaking near Dieppe

"Haymaking near Dieppe," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1885, is an oil on canvas that exemplifies the Impressionism art movement. The artwork, housed at the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, France, depicts a serene and expansive landscape. The scene captures a meadow during haymaking season, accentuated by lush green fields and partially concealed figures engaged in agrarian activities. The verdant trees and gentle hills in the background lend depth and richness to the composition, illustrating Gauguin's intricate brushwork and mastery of light. The tranquil ambiance and earthy tones invite viewers into a pastoral moment in French countryside life.

452. Haystacks in Brittany

Haystacks in Brittany

"Haystacks in Brittany," an oil-on-canvas artwork by Paul Gauguin, painted in 1890, resides within a private collection. Measuring 74.3 by 93.6 cm, the piece exemplifies Post-Impressionism and falls within the landscape genre. The composition captures a serene rural scene, depicting haystacks set against a backdrop of verdant fields and a vast expanse of sky. The foreground includes meticulously detailed cows and a figure, all rendered with Gauguin's characteristic bold colors and expressive brushwork, encapsulating the rustic tranquility of Brittany.

453. Head of a Breton (Marie Louarn)

Head of a Breton (Marie Louarn)

The artwork titled "Head of a Breton (Marie Louarn)" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in Pont-Aven, France. Executed in oil on canvas, this piece is a portrait representative of the Post-Impressionism art movement. The artwork features a figure with a solemn expression, wearing a blue headscarf and a dress, set against a vividly green background. The brushstrokes are bold and textural, characteristic of Gauguin’s style. Currently, the piece remains in a private collection.

454. Head of a Woman

Head of a Woman
  • Artwork Name: Head of a Woman
  • Year: c.1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: pencil,watercolor,paper

"Head of a Woman," created circa 1892 by Paul Gauguin in French Polynesia, belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and serves as a sketch and study piece. Executed with pencil and watercolor on paper, the artwork represents Gauguin's exploration of the human form and his fascination with Polynesian culture. The piece depicts a woman's head with delicate yet expressive features masterfully rendered in pencil. Soft watercolor hues accentuate the figure, bringing warmth and depth to the portrayal. This artwork is part of a private collection, underscoring its significant value and historical importance.

455. Here we make love

Here we make love
  • Artwork Name: Here we make love
  • Year: c.1893; French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

"Here We Make Love," created by Paul Gauguin circa 1893 during his time in French Polynesia, is a work done in watercolor on paper. Part of the Post-Impressionism movement, this piece falls within the genre of sketch and study. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork exhibits a tender, intimate scene between two figures, rendered with soft, flowing lines and a delicate color palette, capturing a moment of closeness and emotional connection amidst a subtly suggestive background.

456. Her nami is Vairaumati

Her nami is Vairaumati

The artwork, titled "Her Name is Vairaumati," was painted by Paul Gauguin in 1892 during his time in French Polynesia. This Post-Impressionist oil on canvas measures 91 x 68 cm and is classified within the genre painting category. It is currently housed in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia. The artwork depicts a serene, tropical scene with a central figure, presumably Vairaumati, amidst lush vegetation and traditional Polynesian elements. The composition is characterized by vibrant colors and fluid forms, reflecting Gauguin's distinctive style and thematic focus on the exotic and idyllic aspects of Polynesian life.

457. Paysannes bretones

Paysannes bretones
  • Artwork Name: Paysannes bretones
  • Year: 1894; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 66 x 92.5 cm

"Paysannes bretones," an artwork by Paul Gauguin created in 1894 in France, belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and is an oil painting on canvas, measuring 66 by 92.5 cm. This genre painting is housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France. The artwork depicts two Breton peasant women in traditional attire, rendered with bold outlines and simplified forms, characteristic of Cloisonnism. The vibrant and flat expanses of color, combined with the rural setting, convey a pastoral scene marked by serene simplicity and a reflective atmosphere.

458. Pears and grapes

Pears and grapes

The artwork titled "Pears and Grapes," created by Paul Gauguin in 1875 in Paris, France, is an oil painting on panel. This piece belongs to the Impressionist art movement and falls under the genre of still life. Currently held in a private collection, the artwork depicts an arrangement of pears and grapes placed upon a draped white cloth, set against a dark, textured background. The composition exhibits Gauguin's early exploration of color and form, characteristic of the Impressionist style.

459. Peasant Woman and Cows in a Landscape

Peasant Woman and Cows in a Landscape

The artwork, titled "Peasant Woman and Cows in a Landscape," created by Paul Gauguin in 1890, exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement through the use of oil on canvas. Representing the genre painting style, the artwork captures a rural scene wherein a peasant woman is depicted alongside cows amidst a vibrant and somewhat abstract landscape. Bold lines and flat areas of color, characteristic of Cloisonnism, define the composition, creating a decorative and symbolic rendition of an agrarian subject. Gauguin's technique marries the simplicity of rural life with the vivid expression of color and form, hallmarking his unique artistic approach during this period.

460. Pere Jean's Path

Pere Jean's Path

"Pere Jean's Path," a landscape painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1885 in Paris, France, is executed in oil on canvas and belongs to the Impressionist art movement. The artwork, currently housed in the Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum in Cairo, Egypt, encapsulates Gauguin's characteristic use of vibrant colors and dynamic brushstrokes. The scene depicts a serene woodland path bordered by tall trees and lush foliage, alongside a tranquil stream, conveying a sense of depth and tranquility through its rich, textured palette and intricate interplay of light and shadow.

461. Perfect days

Perfect days
  • Artwork Name: Perfect days
  • Year: 1896; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 94 x 130 cm

The artwork titled "Perfect Days" by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1896 in French Polynesia, exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. Rendered in oil on canvas, this genre painting measures 94 x 130 cm and is housed in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon in Lyon, France. The artwork portrays a serene and vivid scene characteristic of Gauguin's unique style, featuring a group of people in an idyllic natural setting. The figures, surrounded by lush foliage and rendered in bright, earthy tones, evoke a sense of tranquility and harmony with their environment.

462. Petit Breton arranging his shoe, or Landscape at Pont-Aven, Brittany

Petit Breton arranging his shoe, or Landscape at Pont-Aven, Brittany

"Petit Breton arranging his shoe, or Landscape at Pont-Aven, Brittany" is an oil painting on canvas created by Paul Gauguin in 1888, during his time in Pont-Aven, France. Executed in the Post-Impressionist style, the artwork measures 90.5 by 71 centimeters and depicts a genre scene. It features a young Breton boy tending to his shoe in the foreground, set against a richly colored, pastoral landscape characteristic of Brittany, with budding trees and soft hills extending into the distance. The artwork is currently housed in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark.

463. Pissarro's Garden, Pontoise

Pissarro's Garden, Pontoise

The artwork titled "Pissarro's Garden, Pontoise" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1881 in Cergy-Pontoise, France. This oil on canvas painting is an impressionist cityscape that currently resides in a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene garden setting, characterized by lush greenery and a quaint house with a red chimney. The composition, illuminated by soft, natural light, exemplifies the impressionist technique with its loose brushwork and tonal variation, effectively capturing the tranquil ambiance of a rural retreat.

464. Pond with Ducks (Girl Amusing Herself)

Pond with Ducks (Girl Amusing Herself)

"**Pond with Ducks (Girl Amusing Herself)**" is an 1881 painting by French artist Paul Gauguin, created with oil on canvas. This work, part of the Impressionism movement, falls within the genre painting category. The artwork portrays a serene rural scene where a young girl is seen entertaining herself by the edge of a pond in the company of ducks. Employing vibrant and textured brushstrokes, Gauguin captures the natural beauty and tranquility of the setting. The painting is currently held in a private collection.

465. Pont-Aven woman and child

Pont-Aven woman and child

"Pont-Aven Woman and Child" is an oil painting on canvas created in 1886 by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin. Executed during the Post-Impressionist movement, the artwork depicts a serene landscape in Pont-Aven, France. The composition features an idyllic scene where a woman and a child are seated beneath tall trees, blending harmoniously with the vivid hues of the foliage that surrounds them. This exquisite piece is currently part of a private collection, embodying Gauguin's distinctive style and his deftness in capturing the tranquil beauty of the natural environment.

466. Port de Grenelle

Port de Grenelle

The artwork titled "Port de Grenelle" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1875 in France, utilizing the medium of oil on panel. It belongs to the Impressionism art movement and is categorized as a cityscape genre. The artwork is currently held in a private collection. In the piece, an industrial riverside scene is depicted, with buildings emitting smoke into the sky and reflections shimmering on the calm water, rendered with soft brushstrokes and a palette that captures the atmospheric light of the scene.

467. Still life with teapot and fruits

Still life with teapot and fruits

The artwork titled "Still Life with Teapot and Fruits" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1896 while the artist was in French Polynesia, exemplifies the Cloisonnism movement. Executed in oil on canvas, the piece measures 47.6 x 66 cm and is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The artwork features a harmonious yet vivid arrangement of a blue teapot, a variety of fruits, and a wooden spoon, all set against a richly textured dark background. The composition is accentuated by the bold use of color and the distinctive outline typical of Cloisonnism, bringing a sense of depth and vibrancy to the still life genre.

468. Still life with white bowl

Still life with white bowl

"Still life with white bowl," created by Paul Gauguin in 1886, is an oil painting on canvas that embodies the Post-Impressionism art movement. Measuring 59.5 x 72 cm, the artwork is characterized by its use of vibrant colors and dynamic brushstrokes, depicting a serene arrangement of flowers in vases, alongside a white bowl and a red cloth. This still life genre piece captures the delicate balance between everyday objects and the artist's expressive style. It is currently housed at Kunsthaus Zürich in Zürich, Switzerland.

469. Stream in Osny

Stream in Osny

"Stream in Osny" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1883 in France, is an oil painting on canvas exemplifying the Impressionism movement and belonging to the landscape genre. Currently housed in a private collection, the artwork depicts a serene countryside scene. Dominated by lush greenery and illuminated by soft, natural light, the composition features a tranquil stream bordered by trees and grassy fields. Towards the background, rustic buildings and distant figures blend harmoniously into the pastoral setting, capturing the essence of rural tranquility with exquisite detail and a vibrant color palette.

470. Street in Osny

Street in Osny

The artwork, titled "Street in Osny," created by Paul Gauguin in 1883, is an impressionist landscape painting rendered in oil on canvas. Currently housed in the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston, MA, the piece portrays a serene rural scene in France, capturing the essence of a quaint street in Osny. The composition is characterized by its delicate use of color and light, with a pathway leading the viewer’s eye through the lush, verdant countryside, dotted with modest dwellings. The artwork exemplifies Gauguin's early impressionist style, reflecting his masterful ability to depict the beauty and tranquility of rural life.

471. Street in Rouen

Street in Rouen
  • Artwork Name: Street in Rouen
  • Year: 1884; Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Street in Rouen," crafted by Paul Gauguin in 1884 in Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France, is an oil on canvas that stands as a testament to the Impressionist movement. The artwork, belonging to the genre of landscape, presents a serene and somewhat melancholic street scene with figures and a horse-drawn cart under a sky rendered with delicate, muted colors. The piece is housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain, where it continues to attract and inspire viewers with its evocative treatment of light and atmosphere.

472. Suburb under snow

Suburb under snow

"Suburb under Snow," an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1886, belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and depicts a serene cityscape. The artwork, currently held in a private collection, illustrates a winter scene in a French suburb, where a snow-covered path winds through the village, flanked by bare trees and modest houses. The gentle brushstrokes and muted color palette capture the tranquility and quiet beauty of the snowy landscape, characteristic of Gauguin's early exploration of light and atmosphere.

473. Sunken Lane

Sunken Lane
  • Artwork Name: Sunken Lane
  • Year: 1884; France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Sunken Lane," created by Paul Gauguin in 1884 in France, is an oil painting on canvas and is part of the Impressionism movement. This landscape piece, which is currently held in a private collection, features a scenic sunken lane flanked by lush greenery with tall trees dominated by a vibrant sky. The composition employs Gauguin's characteristic brushwork and color palette to capture a tranquil moment in nature. A solitary figure is shown resting beside the path, adding a serene human element to the landscape.

474. Tahitian Eve

Tahitian Eve
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian Eve
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: watercolor,paper

The artwork, titled "Tahitian Eve" by Paul Gauguin, was completed in 1892 during the artist's stay in French Polynesia. Executed in watercolor on paper, it belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement and falls under the genre of nude painting (nu). The piece is currently housed in the Musée de Grenoble in Grenoble, France. The artwork depicts a nude female figure standing amidst a vividly colored and abstract background, embodying Gauguin's signature style of bold colors and simplified forms. The figure is adorned with a flower on her ear, which, along with the lush, organic backdrop, evokes the tropical essence of Tahitian scenery.

475. Tahitian idyll

Tahitian idyll
  • Artwork Name: Tahitian idyll
  • Year: 1901; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 74.5 x 94.5 cm

"Tahitian Idyll," painted in 1901 by Paul Gauguin in French Polynesia, is an oil on canvas work measuring 74.5 x 94.5 cm. Classified under the landscape genre and associated with the Cloisonnism movement, this distinguished artwork depicts a vivid and serene Polynesian scene. In it, Gauguin employs bold colors and strong outlines characteristic of Cloisonnism, presenting a path through a lush tropical landscape lined with huts and palm trees. Two figure adorn the foreground, adding a human element amidst the rich, vibrant surroundings. Currently, the painting resides in a private collection.

476. Tomatoes and a pewter tankard on a table

Tomatoes and a pewter tankard on a table

Created by Paul Gauguin in 1883 in Paris, France, the artwork titled "Tomatoes and a Pewter Tankard on a Table" is an oil painting on canvas and exemplifies the Impressionist movement. As a still life, it portrays a collection of tomatoes scattered on and around a white cloth-covered table, accompanied by a pewter tankard. The background features textured, fluid brushstrokes, delivering a vibrant yet contemplative atmosphere, while the rich, warm tones of the tomatoes contrast with the cool, metallic hue of the tankard, enhancing the painting's visual depth and inviting the viewer to explore its intricate details. The artwork currently resides in a private collection.

477. Tree in the farm yard

Tree in the farm yard

"Tree in the Farm Yard," created by Paul Gauguin in 1874 in France, is an oil painting on canvas that epitomizes the Impressionist movement. The artwork, a landscape genre piece, is part of a private collection. It depicts a serene rural scene with a prominent tree at its center, surrounded by farm buildings, emphasizing the interplay of light and shadow characteristic of Impressionist techniques. The muted tones and expressive brushwork bring to life the peaceful ambiance of the countryside, capturing a moment of natural beauty and tranquility.

478. Tree linen road, Rouen

Tree linen road, Rouen
  • Artwork Name: Tree linen road, Rouen
  • Year: 1885; Déville-lès-rouen / Maromme / Déville, France
  • Medium: oil,canvas

The artwork titled "Tree Linen Road, Rouen" by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1885 in Déville-lès-Rouen, France, exemplifies the Impressionist movement. Rendered in oil on canvas, this landscape piece is currently held in a private collection. The scene depicted portrays a serene countryside path flanked by trees in various stages of autumn foliage. Gauguin's use of vivid colors and expressive brushstrokes captures the ephemeral quality of light and the tranquil essence of the natural environment, reflecting the core tenets of Impressionism.

479. Tropical Conversation

Tropical Conversation

"Tropical Conversation," an oil painting on canvas by Paul Gauguin, created in 1887, epitomizes the Cloisonnism movement. This genre painting, measuring 61 by 76 cm, is currently held in a private collection. The artwork portrays a vivid scene of everyday life, featuring individuals engaged in a serene exchange amidst a lush, tropical setting. The composition's rich palette and delineated forms highlight Gauguin's unique approach to capturing the intimate and vibrant interactions within the tropical environment.

480. Tropical Landscape, Martinique

Tropical Landscape, Martinique

The artwork, entitled "Tropical Landscape, Martinique," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1887 during his time in Martinique. Executed in oil on canvas, it measures 90 by 115 centimeters and is considered a prime example of the Post-Impressionist movement. This landscape painting, housed at the Lenbachhaus in Munich, Germany, portrays a lush, tropical scene enriched with vibrant colors and dynamic brushstrokes that depict the dense foliage, meandering paths, and serene atmosphere of the Caribbean environment.

481. Two cows in the meadow

Two cows in the meadow

"Two Cows in the Meadow," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1884, exemplifies the Impressionist art movement. Rendered in oil on canvas, the artwork depicts a serene landscape featuring two cows grazing in a verdant meadow amidst tall, textured trees. The lush, green scenery is animated by Gauguin's dynamic brushstrokes and use of bright, expressive colors. The painting, which falls under the landscape genre, resides in a private collection.

482. Two girls bathing

Two girls bathing

The artwork, titled "Two Girls Bathing," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1887, employing the medium of oil on canvas. Exhibiting characteristics of the Post-Impressionism movement, this nude painting is part of the collection at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The scene depicted in the artwork features two nude females by a verdant riverside, surrounded by lush, intricate landscapes rendered in Gauguin's distinctive, vibrant palette and textured brushwork. The figures are captured in a candid moment of natural intimacy, showcasing Gauguin's talent for combining human form with expressive, immersive environments.

483. Two sisters

Two sisters
  • Artwork Name: Two sisters
  • Year: 1892; French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas

"Two Sisters" by Paul Gauguin, painted in 1892 in French Polynesia using oil on canvas, exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. This portrait depicts two young girls standing side by side against a vibrant and expressive background. The girls are attired in simple dresses, with one draping an arm around the other's shoulder, underscoring a sense of intimacy and companionship. The rich and harmonious hues employed by Gauguin, along with the textured brushwork, bring forth a serene and contemplative atmosphere. This notable work is housed in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, attesting to its enduring artistic and cultural significance.

484. Two tahitian women

Two tahitian women
  • Artwork Name: Two tahitian women
  • Year: 1899; Punaauia, French Polynesia
  • Medium: oil,canvas
  • Dimensions: 94 x 72.4 cm

The artwork, titled "Two Tahitian Women" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1899 in Punaauia, French Polynesia, exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement through its use of bold outlines and vibrant color planes. Rendered in oil on canvas, this portrait measures 94 by 72.4 centimeters and is housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The artwork portrays two Tahitian women, one holding a bowl of fruit while the other offers her support, set against a backdrop of lush, abstracted greenery.

485. Nevermore

Nevermore
  • Artwork Name: Nevermore
  • Year: 1897
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 60.5 x 116 cm

"Nevermore," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1897, is an oil on canvas work exemplifying the Post-Impressionism movement. Measuring 60.5 x 116 cm, the artwork resides at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, UK, and was created in Punaauia, French Polynesia. The painting, a nude in genre, depicts a reclining female figure in a serene, introspective pose against a vividly colored and patterned backdrop. A dark bird, sitting near an open window, casts an enigmatic presence, possibly an allusion to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven," indicated by the title "Nevermore" inscribed on the canvas. The composition is enriched with Gauguin's characteristic use of bold colors and flattened forms, reflecting both a personal and cultural narrative.

486. Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going

Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going

Paul Gauguin's painting "Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going," created between 1897 and 1898, exemplifies the Post-Impressionist movement and is rendered in oil on canvas. Measuring 139.1 x 374.6 cm, this allegorical painting addresses existential questions and is currently housed in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Gauguin produced this significant work while residing in Punaauia, French Polynesia. The artwork is a profound exploration of the human condition, depicted through a series of vividly colored figures and symbolic scenes set against a lush, natural background.

487. The Loss of Virginity

The Loss of Virginity
  • Artwork Name: The Loss of Virginity
  • Year: 1890-91
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 90 x 130 cm (35 x 50 3/4 in)

"The Loss of Virginity," created by Paul Gauguin between 1890 and 1891, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 90 by 130 cm (35 by 50 3/4 inches). This artwork is housed in The Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, Virginia. The painting depicts a nude female figure lying on her back in an open landscape, accompanied by a fox resting on her chest, symbolically suggesting a complex and perhaps unsettling narrative. The background consists of vibrant, pastoral fields and curving paths, accentuated by rich, contrasting colors that are characteristic of Gauguin's post-impressionist style.

488. Nude Study, or Suzanne Sewing

Nude Study, or Suzanne Sewing

"Nude Study, or Suzanne Sewing," is an oil on canvas artwork by Paul Gauguin, created in 1880 in Paris, France. The painting falls within the Impressionism movement and belongs to the genre of Nude Painting. It measures 114.5 x 79.5 cm and is housed in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artwork depicts a nude woman engrossed in sewing, her focused posture and delicate handling of the fabric contrasted against the vibrant, textured backdrop which includes a lute hanging on the wall, adding a touch of musicality to the tranquil scene.

489. Idol with a Pearl

Idol with a Pearl
  • Artwork Name: Idol with a Pearl
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: Tamanu wood polychromed and stained with gilding
  • Dimensions: 25

The artwork, titled "Idol with a Pearl," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1892. It is sculpted from tamanu wood and features polychrome staining with gilding. Measuring 25 inches, this piece is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The sculpture depicts a serene, seated figure with intricately detailed hair and facial features, exuding a sense of calm and spirituality. The figure is framed within an arched structure, adding depth and focus to the idol's contemplative pose.

490. Contes barbares

Contes barbares
  • Artwork Name: Contes barbares
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 130 x 91.5 cm

"Contes barbares" is an allegorical painting by Paul Gauguin, completed in 1902 using oil on canvas. Measuring 130 x 91.5 cm, the artwork is a notable piece from the Post-Impressionism movement. Created in French Polynesia, the painting is currently housed in the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany. The artwork depicts three figures set against a lush, tropical landscape, with the central characters displaying a serene yet introspective demeanor, enriched by Gauguin's use of vibrant colors and symbolic themes.

491. Be Mysterious

Be Mysterious
  • Artwork Name: Be Mysterious
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: Lime wood and polychrome
  • Dimensions: 73 x 95 x 0.5 cm (29 x 37 1/2 x 1/16 in)

The artwork, entitled "Be Mysterious," is a creation of Paul Gauguin from 1890. Executed in lime wood and polychrome, the piece measures 73 by 95 centimeters, with a depth of 0.5 centimeters (29 by 37.5 by 1/16 inches). It is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The composition features intricate carvings and vividly painted figures that exude a sense of enigma and allure, embodying the title's call to maintain an air of mystery.

492. Aha oe feii

Aha oe feii
  • Artwork Name: Aha oe feii
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: Oil on coarse Canvas
  • Dimensions: 68 x 92 cm (26 1/2 x 35 7/8 in)

The artwork, titled "Aha oe feii," was painted by Paul Gauguin in 1892 using oil on coarse canvas. Measuring 68 x 92 cm (26 1/2 x 35 7/8 in), it is currently housed in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. The artwork depicts two Polynesian women, one seated in a relaxed pose with a flower crown and the other lying down with an arm draped over her head. The composition is imbued with rich, warm colors and features Gauguin's signature use of bold and expressive forms, capturing a scene of serene intimacy and cultural reflection.

493. Spirit of the Dead Watching

Spirit of the Dead Watching

"Spirit of the Dead Watching" is a 1892 oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, created during his time in French Polynesia. The artwork, measuring 73 by 92 cm, epitomizes the Post-Impressionist movement and falls within the genre of nude painting. It is currently housed at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. The artwork depicts a young nude woman lying on her stomach, appearing contemplative or fearful, with a dark, spectral figure seated behind her, evoking a sense of spiritual or supernatural presence. The rich, vibrant colors and emotive composition reflect Gauguin's fascination with Polynesian culture and spiritual themes.

494. The Swineherd, Brittany

The Swineherd, Brittany

"The Swineherd, Brittany," an oil on canvas created in 1888 by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin, is a notable example of Post-Impressionism. Measuring 29 x 36 1/2 inches (74 x 93 cm), the artwork depicts a serene landscape in Pont-Aven, France. It features a swineherd tending to pigs amidst a pastoral setting, with a quaint village and verdant hills in the background. The piece is characterized by bold colors and strong lines, reflecting Gauguin's distinct style within the Post-Impressionist movement. Presently, this piece is housed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

495. Les Alyscamps, Arles

Les Alyscamps, Arles
  • Artwork Name: Les Alyscamps, Arles
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 35 7/8 x 28 3/8 in. (91 x 72 cm)

The artwork "Les Alyscamps, Arles" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1888, is an oil on canvas piece that epitomizes the Post-Impressionism movement. Measuring 35 7/8 x 28 3/8 inches (91 x 72 cm), this landscape painting is housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, having been created in Arles-sur-Tech, France. The artwork depicts a serene natural scene with a path leading through verdant and ochre-hued terrain under a pale blue sky. Dominant, towering trees and subdued human figures can be seen amidst the lush foliage, evoking a tranquil yet vivid representation of the southern French countryside.

496. La Belle Angele

La Belle Angele
  • Artwork Name: La Belle Angele
  • Year: 1889
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73 cm

"La Belle Angele," created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, is an oil-on-canvas painting that exemplifies the Synthetism art movement. Measuring 92 by 73 cm, this portrait was crafted in Pont-Aven, France, and currently resides in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The artwork features a woman dressed in traditional Breton attire, with a serene background that includes floral elements and an Eastern statuette, demonstrating Gauguin's fusion of different cultures and stylistic influences. The figure's contemplative expression is accentuated by vivid colors and bold outlines, characteristic of Gauguin's Synthetist approach.

497. The Yellow Christ (Le Christ jaune)

The Yellow Christ (Le Christ jaune)

"The Yellow Christ" (Le Christ jaune), a distinguished oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement. Measuring 92 x 73 cm, this allegorical painting was conceived in Pont-Aven, France, and currently resides in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY, US. The artwork portrays a crucifixion scene where Christ's figure, rendered in striking yellow hues, dominates the composition. Surrounding Him, figures dressed in traditional Breton attire engage in prayerful contemplation, set against a vividly colored rural backdrop that captures the seasonal transitions of autumn. This piece reflects Gauguin's innovative use of bold color and outlined forms, offering both a spiritual and cultural narrative.

498. At the Cafe

At the Cafe
  • Artwork Name: At the Cafe
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: oil,jute
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm

The artwork titled "At the Cafe," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888, is an oil painting on jute. Measuring 73 by 92 centimeters, it belongs to the Post-Impressionism art movement and is categorized as genre painting. This piece is currently housed at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow and was originally created in Arles-sur-Tech, France. The artwork depicts a scene within a cafe, featuring individuals seated around a table and engaging in casual conversation. The central figure, likely a patron of the establishment, is portrayed with a relaxed demeanor, set against a backdrop of warm, muted colors and a billiard table, which imbues the scene with an atmosphere of everyday life and communal leisure.

499. Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven

Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven

"Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven," created in 1888 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil on canvas painting that typifies the Post-Impressionism movement. Measuring 87.6 by 106 centimeters, this artwork belongs to the genre painting category and is presently housed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The painting, originating from Pont-Aven, France, depicts a vibrant scene of young Breton girls engaging in a traditional dance, set against a pastoral backdrop with a village and church spire. The use of vivid colors and textured brushstrokes exemplifies Gauguin's distinctive style and his affinity for capturing the essence of rural life and culture.

500. Faaturuma

Faaturuma
  • Artwork Name: Faaturuma
  • Year: 1891
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 94 x 68 cm

The artwork, titled "Faaturuma," was created in 1891 by the artist Paul Gauguin. Executed in oil on canvas, this portrait belongs to the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 94 x 68 cm. The piece was conceived in French Polynesia and currently resides in The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. The artwork depicts a seated woman in a contemplative posture, dressed in a flowing pink dress. The composition is characterized by bold outlines and vibrant colors, embodying the stylistic traits of Cloisonnism. The backdrop features a simple interior with a framed painting, adding a sense of depth and context to the serene yet somber mood of the portrait.

501. Femmes de Tahiti OR Sur la plage

Femmes de Tahiti OR Sur la plage

The artwork titled "Femmes de Tahiti OR Sur la plage," created by Paul Gauguin in 1891, is an oil on canvas piece belonging to the Cloisonnism art movement. It measures 69 x 91.5 cm and is classified within the genre of scène de genre. The painting, which depicts two Tahitian women on a beach, was created in French Polynesia and is currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The scene captures the tranquil and contemplative mood of the subjects, rendered in vibrant, bold colors and distinct outlines characteristic of Cloisonnism.

502. Jug in the Form of a Head, Self-portrait

Jug in the Form of a Head, Self-portrait

The artwork, titled "Jug in the Form of a Head, Self-portrait," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1889. Made from stoneware, the piece stands at 19.3 cm in height. It currently resides in the Museum of Decorative Art in Copenhagen. The artwork depicts a jug sculpted in the form of a human head, specifically a self-portrait of Gauguin himself. The stoneware jug is characterized by a somber and introspective expression, revealing Gauguin's skill in merging utilitarian objects with artistic self-representation.

503. Les Miserables

Les Miserables
  • Artwork Name: Les Miserables
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 45 x 55 cm

The artwork, titled "Les Miserables," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888 using oil on canvas and belongs to the Post-Impressionism movement. It is a self-portrait measuring 45 x 55 cm, currently housed in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Painted in Arles-sur-Tech, France, the artwork features Gauguin's likeness set against a vibrant yellow background adorned with stylized flowers and a smaller profile drawing on the side. The expressive, contemplative look on Gauguin's face and the vivid, contrasting colors exemplify the emotional intensity and innovative use of color that characterize Post-Impressionist art.

504. Market Day

Market Day
  • Artwork Name: Market Day
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 28 3/4 x 36 1/8 in. (73 x 91.5 cm)

"Market Day" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 in French Polynesia. Exemplifying the Post-Impressionism movement, the artwork, measures 28 3/4 by 36 1/8 inches (73 by 91.5 cm) and is currently displayed at the Kunstmuseum Basel in Basel, Switzerland. It is a genre painting that depicts a vibrant and colorful scene of everyday life, showing a group of women dressed in bright, flowing garments, seated on a bench under leafy trees, presumably engaging in market-day activities. The artwork employs bold colors, simplified forms, and a flattened perspective characteristic of Gauguin's style, capturing the essence of Polynesian life.

505. Matamoe

Matamoe
  • Artwork Name: Matamoe
  • Year: 1892
  • Medium: Oil on fine Canvas
  • Dimensions: 115 x 86 cm (45 1/4 x 33 7/8 in)

"Matamoe," an oil painting on fine canvas by Paul Gauguin, measures 115 x 86 cm (45 1/4 x 33 7/8 inches) and was completed in 1892. Currently housed in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, the artwork vividly portrays a serene tropical landscape. The scenery is lush, with verdant foliage and exotic birds in the foreground. In the middle ground, a figure stands beside a hut, contributing to a scene that exudes tranquility and vibrant natural beauty. Gauguin's use of bold, saturated colors and fluid forms captures the essence of the idyllic environment.

506. Meyer de Haan

Meyer de Haan
  • Artwork Name: Meyer de Haan
  • Year: 1889
  • Medium: Oil on Wood
  • Dimensions: 80 x 52.5 cm

The artwork titled "Meyer de Haan" is a portrait created by Paul Gauguin in 1889, rendered in oil on wood. It exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 80 by 52.5 centimeters. Currently housed at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, the artwork was created in France. The depiction features a man with a contemplative gaze, vibrant colors, and bold outlines characteristic of Cloisonnism, with notable elements such as books and fruits adding a sense of depth and everyday realism to the composition.

507. Paysanes Paysannes bretonnes (Breton peasant women)

Paysanes Paysannes bretonnes (Breton peasant women)

"Paysanes Paysannes bretonnes (Breton Peasant Women)" is an oil on canvas artwork created by Paul Gauguin in 1894, currently housed in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris. Measuring 26 x 36 1/4 inches (66 x 92 cm), the artwork depicts two Breton peasant women in traditional attire, rendered with Gauguin's characteristic flat, bold color palette and simplified forms. The foreground presents the women engaged in conversation, while a pastoral landscape with red-roofed houses and a farmer working in the field extends into the background. The composition and stylization reflect Gauguin's interest in the rural life and cultural identity of Brittany.

508. Portrait de l'artiste (Self-portrait)

Portrait de l'artiste (Self-portrait)

"Portrait de l'artiste (Self-portrait)", an oil on canvas painting by Paul Gauguin, created circa 1893-94, measures 18 1/8 x 15 inches (46 x 38 cm) and is located at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The artwork depicts the artist himself, with a contemplative expression, dressed in a dark garment and hat. The background showcases a vibrant and colorful setting with simplified shapes and bold areas of color, reflecting Gauguin's post-impressionist style characterized by emotive, non-naturalistic use of color.

509. Portrait of a Woman, with Still Life by Cezanne

Portrait of a Woman, with Still Life by Cezanne

"Portrait of a Woman, with Still Life by Cézanne," painted by Paul Gauguin in 1890, is an oil on canvas work exemplifying the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork, measuring 65 by 55 centimeters, is a genre of portraiture and is currently housed at the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Created in France, the artwork features a seated woman in a detailed interior setting, with a vibrant background containing still-life elements reminiscent of Cézanne's style. Gauguin's distinct use of color and form captures the essence of both the subject and the surrounding objects, blending influences of contemporaries while maintaining his unique artistic voice.

510. Portrait of the Artist with the Idol

Portrait of the Artist with the Idol

"Portrait of the Artist with the Idol" is an oil on canvas painting created circa 1893 by Paul Gauguin. The artwork exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement and measures 43.8 by 32.7 centimeters. It is a self-portrait that features the artist with a discernible idol in the background, indicative of the cultural influences the artist encountered during his time in French Polynesia, where the painting was created. Currently, the piece is housed at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The artwork is rendered in a distinctive style, employing bold colors and outlines to emphasize form and expression, characteristic of Gauguin's work in this period.

511. Riders on the Beach

Riders on the Beach
  • Artwork Name: Riders on the Beach
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm (28 1/2 x 35 7/8 in)

"Riders on the Beach," an oil on canvas artwork by Paul Gauguin from 1902, measures 73 x 92 cm (28 1/2 x 35 7/8 in) and is currently held in a private collection. The artwork depicts a serene beach scene featuring a group of individuals, some mounted on horses and others standing, set against the backdrop of a vibrant sandy shore and a calm ocean, all rendered in Gauguin's characteristic style that emphasizes bold colors and simplified forms.

512. Self-portrait with Halo

Self-portrait with Halo

"Self-portrait with Halo" by Paul Gauguin, created in 1889, is an oil-on-wood painting emblematic of the Cloisonnism movement. Measuring 72.9 by 51.3 centimeters, this artwork is a prime example of a self-portrait and is currently housed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The artwork was created in Pont-Aven, France. It depicts the artist with a stylized and vivid use of color, featuring a halo above his head and surrounded by symbolic elements such as apples and abstract forms, reflecting Gauguin's characteristic use of flat, bold color planes and strong outlines.

513. Self-portrait with Palette

Self-portrait with Palette

"Self-portrait with Palette," created circa 1894 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 92 x 73 cm (35 7/8 x 28 1/2 inches). This artwork, held in a private collection, features a self-portrait of the artist. In the piece, Gauguin employs rich hues with a predominance of warm and dark tones. His intense gaze, coupled with the symbolic inclusion of the palette and brush in his hands, articulates his identity and vocation as an artist. The painter's focused expression and the textured background engender a sense of introspection and depth, making the artwork a captivating representation of Gauguin's artistic persona.

514. The Vision After the Sermon

The Vision After the Sermon

"The Vision After the Sermon," an oil on canvas painting created in 1888 by Paul Gauguin, is a seminal work of the Synthetism art movement. Measuring 74.4 by 93.1 centimeters, this religious painting is currently housed in the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, UK. Gauguin painted it in Pont-Aven, France, and the artwork depicts Breton women in traditional attire witnessing a spiritual vision of Jacob wrestling an angel. The composition is dramatically divided by a prominent tree trunk, with the real and visionary elements set against a vivid red background, characteristic of Gauguin's bold use of color and form to convey deeper emotional and spiritual truths.

515. There is the Marae

There is the Marae

The artwork, titled "There is the Marae," was created by Paul Gauguin in 1892 using oil on canvas. Measuring 69 by 89 centimeters, this piece exemplifies the Cloisonnism movement and belongs to the landscape genre. It is housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and it was painted in French Polynesia. The artwork skillfully incorporates vibrant colors and bold outlines to depict a lithic memorial place, suggesting both the tropical flora and the cultural artifacts of the island.

516. We Hail Thee Mary

We Hail Thee Mary
  • Artwork Name: We Hail Thee Mary
  • Year: 1891
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 113.7 x 87.7 cm

"We Hail Thee Mary" is an allegorical painting by Paul Gauguin, created in 1891 during his time in French Polynesia. The medium used is oil on canvas, and the painting measures 113.7 by 87.7 centimeters. The artwork, associated with the Cloisonnism art movement, is currently housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, NY, US. In the artwork, Gauguin depicts native Tahitian women in a vibrant and lush tropical setting, imbued with symbolic religious motifs that reflect syncretism between local cultures and Christian iconography. The figures are adorned in traditional attire, surrounded by lush vegetation and fruits, while a haloed child perched on a woman's shoulder hints at representations of the Virgin Mary and Christ Child, thereby merging Polynesian culture with Western religious themes.

517. Still Life with Three Puppies

Still Life with Three Puppies

"Still Life with Three Puppies," an oil on panel painting by Paul Gauguin, was created in 1888 in France and is a notable work within the Post-Impressionism movement. The artwork, measuring 92.8 x 61.6 cm, portrays a captivating still life scene where three puppies eagerly surround a dish, accompanied by a variety of fruits and goblets meticulously arranged on a patterned tablecloth. The painting, which embodies the genre of still life combined with animal representation, is housed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, reflecting Gauguin's characteristic style and nuanced approach to everyday subjects.

518. Blue Trees

Blue Trees
  • Artwork Name: Blue Trees
  • Year: 1888
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 92 x 73 cm (36 1/4 x 28 3/4 in)

"Blue Trees," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888, exemplifies the Cloisonnism art movement through its use of oil on canvas. The artwork, which measures 92 x 73 cm (36 1/4 x 28 3/4 in), belongs to the landscape genre and is part of the Ordrupgaard Collection in Copenhagen. The painting was produced during Gauguin's time in Paris, France. Characterized by its expressive, vivid colors and outlined forms, the artwork presents blue-hued trees set against a backdrop of a vibrant, almost surreal scenery that captures the essence of Cloisonnism.

519. M. Loulou

M. Loulou
  • Artwork Name: M. Loulou
  • Year: 1890
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 55 x 46.2 cm

"M. Loulou" is a striking oil on canvas portrait created by Paul Gauguin in 1890, representing the Cloisonnism art movement. The artwork, measuring 55 x 46.2 cm, was painted in France and currently resides in the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA, US. The painting depicts a young girl seated with a contemplative expression, rendered in vibrant colors and bold outlines characteristic of Gauguin's distinctive style during this period. The background features an array of floral elements and organic shapes, further emphasizing the artist's innovative approach to form and color.

520. Seascape with Cow on the Edge of a Cliff

Seascape with Cow on the Edge of a Cliff

"Seascape with Cow on the Edge of a Cliff," created by Paul Gauguin in 1888, is an oil on canvas painting measuring 73 x 60 cm (28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in). The artwork, housed in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France, was painted in Pont-Aven, France, and exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. The genre of the artwork is landscape, depicting a cliffside seascape where a solitary cow grazes near the cliff's edge, amidst bold and expressive colors that highlight Gauguin's distinct style.

521. Still Life with Profile of Laval

Still Life with Profile of Laval

"Still Life with Profile of Laval" is an oil on canvas painting created by Paul Gauguin in 1886, belonging to the Post-Impressionism art movement. The artwork, measuring 46 x 38 cm, presents a composition combining still life elements and a side portrait of a man named Laval. Displayed in the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) in Indianapolis, IN, US, the piece was created in France. The painting depicts an array of fruits arranged on a tablecloth alongside a vase, with the profile of Laval adding an element of human presence to the still life scene. The brushstrokes and color palette reflect the typical qualities of Post-Impressionism, focusing on bold colors and expressive form.

522. The White Horse

The White Horse
  • Artwork Name: The White Horse
  • Year: 1898
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 140 x 91.5 cm

Created by Paul Gauguin in 1898, "The White Horse" is a notable oil on canvas that exemplifies the Post-Impressionism movement. This animal painting, with dimensions of 140 x 91.5 cm, resides in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The artwork was conceived in Punaauia, French Polynesia, and depicts a serene, verdant landscape where a white horse drinks from a body of water. The scene is accentuated by two additional horses, each ridden by a figure, enveloped in a lush, natural setting, characteristic of Gauguin's distinctive style and profound connection to the environment he sought to represent.

523. Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers

Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers

The artwork titled "Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers" was created by Paul Gauguin in 1888. This oil on canvas piece, measuring 73 x 91 cm, is part of the Cloisonnism art movement and resides in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. As a portrait, the artwork depicts an individual engaging in the act of painting sunflowers, characterized by the vivid use of color and bold outlines typical of Cloisonnism. In the scene, the individual is seated at an easel, intently working on a vibrant bouquet of sunflowers in a vase, against a background suggestive of an outdoor setting. The artwork reflects Gauguin's unique style and his interpretation of his contemporary, Vincent van Gogh, during their time together in Arles.

524. Riders On The Beach

Riders On The Beach
  • Artwork Name: Riders On The Beach
  • Year: 1902
  • Medium: Oil On Canvas
  • Dimensions: 73 x 92 cm (28 1/2 x 35 7/8 in)

"Riders On The Beach," painted in 1902 by Paul Gauguin, is an oil on canvas artwork measuring 73 x 92 cm (28 1/2 x 35 7/8 in) and housed in a private collection. The artwork depicts various figures riding horses along a serene beach, with a gently undulating sea and soft, pastel-toned sand. The riders, attired in simple garments, appear relaxed and immersed in the tranquil coastal setting. The palm trees in the background and the subtle interplay of colors evoke a peaceful and idyllic tropical atmosphere.

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