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Ref No. Gauguin 1
The Seine in Paris
between the Pont
d'lena and the Pont
de Grenelle. 1875.
Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 2
The Seine at the
Pont d'Iena, Snowy
Weather. 1875.
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 3
Apple-Trees Blossom
1879. Oil on canvas.

Ref No. Gauguin 4
Effect of Snow.
1879. Oil on canvas
Museum of Fine Arts
Budapest, Hungary.

Ref No. Gauguin 5
Study of a Nude.
Suzanne Sewing.
1880. Oil on canvas
Ny Carlsberg-Glyptotek
Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ref No. Gauguin 6
At Window (A la fenetre)
. 1882. Oil on canvas.
Collection of Otto Krebs
Holzdorf. Now in the
Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 7
Mandolina and Flowers
1883. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 8
Bouquet. 1884.
Oil on canvas.
Collection of Otto
Krebs, Holzdorf.
Now in the Hermitage
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 9
Cattle Drinking. 1885
Oil on canvas.
Galleria d'Arte
Moderna, Milan, Italy

Ref No. Gauguin 10
Still Life with Mandolin
1885. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 11
The Four Breton Girls
c.1886. Oil on canvas
Neue Pinakothek,
Munich, Germany

Ref No. Gauguin 12
Breton Shepherdess
1886. Oil on canvas
Laing Art Gallery,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Ref No. Gauguin 13
Washerwomen at
Pont-Aven. 1886.
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 14
At the Pond. 1887.
Oil on canvas.
Rijksmuseum Vincent
van Goug, Amsterdam

Ref No. Gauguin 15
Huts under Trees.
1887.Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 16
Palm Trees Martinique
1887. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 17
Madame Alexandre
Kohler. 1887/88.
Oil on canvas.
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 18
Still Life with Three
Puppies. 1888.
Oil on wood. Museum
of Modern Art,NY,USA

Ref No. Gauguin 19
Breton Girls Dancing
Pont-Aven. 1888.
Oil on canvas.
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 20
Madeleine Bernard
1888. Oil on canvas
Museum de Peinture
et de Sculpture,
Grenoble, France

Ref No. Gauguin 21
Vision after Sermon
Jacob Wrestling with
the Angel. 1888.
Oil on canvas.
National Gallery of
Scotland, Edinburgh

Ref No. Gauguin 22
Night Cafe at Arles.
1888. Oil on canvas
The Pushkin Museum
of Fine Art, Moscow

Ref No. Gauguin 23
Van Gogh Painting
Sunflowers. 1888.
Oil on canvas.
Rijksmuseum Vincent
van Goug, Amsterdam

Ref No. Gauguin 24
Women from Arles
in the Public Garden
the Mistral. 1888.
Oil on canvas.
Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, IL, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 25
Hay-Making in Brittany
1888. Oil on canvas
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 26
Bouquet of Flowers
with a Window Open
to the Sea (Reverse
of Hay-Making in Brittany)
1888. Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 27
The Alyscamps.
1888. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 28
Harvesting of Grapes
at Arles 1888.
Oil on canvas.
Art Museum Ordrupgard
Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ref No. Gauguin 29
Fruits. 1888.
Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum
of Fine Art, Moscow

Ref No. Gauguin 30
Bonjour, Monsieur
Gauguin. 1889.
Oil on canvas.
Narodni Gallery
Prague, Czech

Ref No. Gauguin 31
Still Life with Fan.
1889. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 32
The Schuffenecker
Family. 1889.
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 33
The Yellow Christ
1889. Oil on canvas
Albright-Knox Art
Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Ref No. Gauguin 34
Caricature Self-Portrait
1889. Oil on wood
National Gallery of
Art, Washington

Ref No. Gauguin 35
Self-Portrait with
Yellow Christ.
1889. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 36
Ondine. 1889
Oil on canvas
Cleveland Museum
of Art, Cleveland, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 37
Yellow Hay Ricks
(Fair Harvest). 1889
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 38
Nirvana, Portrait of
Meyer de Haan.1889
Oil and tempera on silk
Wadsworth Atheneum
Hartford, CT, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 39
La Belle Angele
(Portrait of Madame Satre)
1889. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 40
Portrait of a Woman
with Cezanne Still-Life
1890. Oil on canvas
Art Institute of Chicago

Ref No. Gauguin 41
Haystacks in Brittany
1890. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of
Art, Washington, DC

Ref No. Gauguin 42
Landscape. 1890.
Oil on canvas.
National Gallery
of Art, Washington

Ref No. Gauguin 43
Ia Orana Maria (Hail Mary)
1891. Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 44
Vahine no te tiare
(Woman with a Flower)
1891. Oil on canvas.
Ny Carlsberg-Glyptotek
Copenhagen, Denmark

Ref No. Gauguin 45
Te Faaturuma
(Brooding Woman)
1891. Oil on canvas
Worcester Art Museum
Worcester, MA, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 46
Les Parau Parau
(Conversation). 1891
Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 47
The Meal (The Bananas)
1891. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 48
Tahitian Women
(On the Beach). 1891
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 49
The Fisherwomen
of Tahiti. 1891.
Oil on canvas.
Nationalgalerie,
Berlin, Germany.

Ref No. Gauguin 50
Black Pigs. 1891
Oil on canvas.
Museum of Fine
Arts, Budapest

Ref No. Gauguin 51
Vairaumati tei oa
(Her Name is Vairaumati)
1892. Oil on canvas.
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 52
Manao tupapau
(The Spirit of the Dead
Keep Watch). 1892.
Oil on canvas.
Albright-Nox Art Gallery
Buffalo, NY, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 53
Aha oe feii
(Are You Jealous)
1892. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow,

Ref No. Gauguin 54
Fatata te miti
(Near the Sea)
. 1892. Oil on canvas.
The National Gallery
of Art, Washington,

Ref No. Gauguin 55
Parau Api What's New
1892. Oil on canvas.
Gemaldegalerie Neue
Meister,Dresden,Germany.

Ref No. Gauguin 56
Vahine no te vi
(Woman with a Mango)
1892. Oil on canvas
Baltimore Museum of
Art, Baltimore, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 57
Ta Matete (We Shall Not
Go to Market Today).
1892. Oil on canvas.
Kunstmuseum Basel,
Basel, Switzerland

Ref No. Gauguin 58
Piti Teina. (Two Sisters)
1892. Oil on canvas.
Collection of Otto Krebs
Holzdorf. Now in the
Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 59
Taperaa Mahana
1892. Oil on canvas
Collection of Otto
Krebs, Holzdorf.
Now in the Hermitage
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 60
Joyeuset¨¦ (Arearea).
1892. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 61
Nafea Faa ipoipo
(When Will You Marry)
1892. Oil on canvas.
Kunstmuseum Basel
Basel, Switzerland

Ref No. Gauguin 62
Fatata te moua
At the Foot of Mountain
1892. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 63
Matamoe (Landscape
with Peacocks). 1892
Oil on canvas.
The Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 64
Parau na te varua ino
(Words of the devil).
1892. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 65
Merahi metua no
Tehamana
Ancestors of Tehamana
1893. Oil on canvas.
Art Institute of Chicago

Ref No. Gauguin 66
Aita Tamari vahina Judith te
Parari Annah the Javanese
1893. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 67
Te Tiare Farani
Bouquet of Flowers
1893. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 68
Pastorales Tahitiennes
1893. Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 69
E¨¹ haere ia oe
Woman Holding a Fruit
1893. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 70
Tahitian Landscape
1893. Oil on canvas
Minneapolis Institute
of Arts, Minneapolis

Ref No. Gauguin 71
Breton Landscape
The "Moulin David"
1894. Oil on canvas
Museum d'Orsay,

Ref No. Gauguin 72
Breton Village in Snow
1894. Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 73
Siesta. 1894.
Oil on canvas.

Ref No. Gauguin 74
Two Breton Women
on the Road. 1894.
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Gauguin 75
Mahana no atua
(Day of God).1894
Oil on canvas.
Art Institute of Chicago

Ref No. Gauguin 76
Nave Nave Moe
(Sacred Spring)
1894. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 77
Vairumati. 1896.
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 78
Te arii vahine
(The King's Wife)
1896. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow,

Ref No. Gauguin 79
No te aha oe riri
(Why Are You Angry)
1896. Oil on canvas.
Art Institute of Chicago

Ref No. Gauguin 80
Eiaha Ohipa Not Working
1896. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 81
Still Life with Mangoes
1896. Oil on canvas

Ref No. Gauguin 82
Scenes from Tahitian
Life. 1896.
Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 83
Bouquet of Flowers
1896. Oil on canvas
National Gallery, London

Ref No. Gauguin 84
Te Vaa (The Canoe)
1896. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 85
Te Tamari No Atua
1896. Oil on canvas
Neue Pinakothek,
Munich, Germany.

Ref No. Gauguin 86
Baby (The Nativity).
1896. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 87
Tarari maruru
Landscape with Two Goats
1897. Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 88
Nevermore, O Taiti.
1897. Oil on canvas
Courtauld Institute
Galleries, London

Ref No. Gauguin 89
D'ou venonsnous
Que sommes-nous
Ou allons-nous?
(Where Do We come
from? What Are We?
Where Are We Going?)
1897. Oil on canvas.
The Museum of Fine Arts
, Boston, MA, USA.

Ref No. Gauguin 90
The White Horse.
1898. Oil on canvas
. Museum d'Orsay

Ref No. Gauguin 91
Rave te hiti aamy
1898. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 92
Te Pape Nave Nave
(Delectable Waters).
1898. Oil on canvas.
The National Gallery
of Art, Washington,

Ref No. Gauguin 93
Horse on Road.
Tahitian Landscape
1899. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow,

Ref No. Gauguin 94
Motherhood
(Women on the Shore)
1899. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 95
Te avae no Maria
(Month of Maria).
1899. Oil on canvas
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 96
Three Tahitian Women
Against a Yellow
Background. 1899
Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage
St. Petersburg, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 97
The Great Buddha.
1899. Oil on canvas
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 98
Two Tahitian Women
with Mango Blossoms
1899. Oil on canvas.
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 99
Three Tahitians.
1899. Oil on canvas
National Gallery of
Scotland, Edinburgh

Ref No. Gauguin 100
Ford (Running Away)
1901. Oil on canvas.
Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 101
Sunflowers. 1901.
Oil on canvas.
The Hermitage,
St. Petersburg, Russia.

Ref No. Gauguin 102
Tahitian Idyll. 1901
Oil on canvas.
E. G. Buhrle collection
Zurich, Switzerland

Ref No. Gauguin 103
And the Gold of Their
Bodies (Et l'or de
leurs corps). 1901
Oil on canvas.
Museum d'Orsay,

Ref No. Gauguin 104
The Call. 1902.
Oil on canvas
Cleveland Museum
of Art, Cleveland, USA

Ref No. Gauguin 105
Girl with a Fan. 1902.
Oil on canvas.
Folkwang Museum,
Essen, Germany.

Ref No. Gauguin 106
Horsemen on the Beach
1902. Oil on canvas.
Stavros Niarchos collection

Ref No. Gauguin 107
Horsemen on the
Beach. 1902.
Oil on canvas.
Folkwang Museum
Essen, Germany

Ref No. Gauguin 108
Barbarous Tales.
1902. Oil on canvas
Folkwang Museum
Essen, Germany

Ref No. Gauguin 109
Adam and Eve.
1902. Oil on canvas
Art Museum Ordrupgard
Copenhagen, Denmark

Ref No. Gauguin 110
Still Life with Parrots
1902. Oil on canvas
The Pushkin Museum of
Fine Art, Moscow, Russia

Ref No. Gauguin 111
Mother and Daughter
1902. Oil on canvas

(Eugene Henri) Paul Gaugin (1848-1903) was a French postimpressionist painter whose lush color, flat two-dimensional forms, and subject matter helped form the basis of modern art. Gauguin was born in Paris on June 7, 1848, into a liberal middle-class family. After an adventurous early life, including a four-year stay in Peru with his family and a stint in the French merchant marine, he became a successful Parisian stockbroker, settling into a comfortable bourgeois existence with his wife and five children. In 1874, after meeting the artist Camille Pissarro and viewing the first impressionist exhibition, he became a collector and amateur painter. He exhibited with the impressionists in 1876, 1880, 1881, 1882, and 1886. In 1883 he gave up his secure existence to devote himself to painting; his wife and children, without adequate subsistence, were forced to return to her family. From 1886 to 1891 Gauguin lived mainly in rural Brittany (except for a trip to Panama and Martinique from 1887 to 1888), where he was the center of a small group of experimental painters known as the school of Pont-Aven. Under the influence of the painter ¨¦mile Bernard, Gauguin turned away from impressionism and adapted a less naturalistic style, which he called synthetism. He found his inspiration in the art of indigenous peoples, in medieval stained glass, and in Japanese prints; he was introduced to Japanese prints by the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh when they spent two months together in Arles, in the south of France, in 1888. Gauguin's new style was characterized by the use of large flat areas of nonnaturalistic color, as in Yellow Christ (1889, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York).