Giuseppe Sergi

Giuseppe Sergi

Giuseppe Sergi
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Gaugin, Le Christ vert ou Calvaire breton  (English) The Green Christ (1889)

Gaugin, Le Christ vert ou Calvaire breton (English) The Green Christ (1889)

Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin

Women at the Riverside Paul Gauguin - 1892

Women at the Riverside Paul Gauguin - 1892

Image detail for -ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly: Modern art destroys British morals, 1910 ... -repinned by http://LinusGallery.com #art #artists

Image detail for -ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly: Modern art destroys British morals, 1910 ... -repinned by http://LinusGallery.com #art #artists

Paul Gauguin's 1893 work "Tehamana Has Many Ancestors" from Gauguin's first journey to Tahiti. He was disappointed that the primitive paradise he sought was being suffused by Western colonial forces. He painted Tehamana (who became his companion) in the modest "Mother Hubbard" dress that was imposed on Tahitian women by missionaries.

Paul Gauguin's 1893 work "Tehamana Has Many Ancestors" from Gauguin's first journey to Tahiti. He was disappointed that the primitive paradise he sought was being suffused by Western colonial forces. He painted Tehamana (who became his companion) in the modest "Mother Hubbard" dress that was imposed on Tahitian women by missionaries.

Silence, 1891..Paul Gauguin. Teha'amana, also called Tehura, was a model for many of his most beautiful paintings.

Silence, 1891..Paul Gauguin. Teha'amana, also called Tehura, was a model for many of his most beautiful paintings.

"The White Horse"  --  1898  --  Paul Gauguin  --  French  --  Oil on canvas  --  Musée d'Orsay, Paris

"The White Horse" -- 1898 -- Paul Gauguin -- French -- Oil on canvas -- Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Gauguin...this was one of his most controversial paintings dues to the detail on the right where the woman and child are portrayed as saints..was a huge blasphemy in those days

Gauguin...this was one of his most controversial paintings dues to the detail on the right where the woman and child are portrayed as saints..was a huge blasphemy in those days