|Statement||Translated by Reginald Spink.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
Get this from a library! Gauguin's South Seas. [Paul Gauguin; Russell Ash; Bernard Higton] -- It is years since Paul Gauguin set sail for Tahiti, a journey that was to change his life and the course of western art. Like other Europeans before him, he travelled to the South Seas possessed. I needed some background on Gauguin in the South Seas, and this book provides it completely. Complete history, discussion of tangential facts and issues, written in an engaging, light tone and backed up by lots of research. There are plenty of photos as well/5(3). Get this from a library! Paul Gauguin: images from the South Seas. [Eckhard Hollmann; Simon Haviland] -- "In the spring of , Paul Gauguin left France on his first journey to Tahiti. During his stay there, he achieved an unprecedented intensification of color and formal simplicity in his painting. In. Paul Gauguin book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the spring of , Paul Gauguin left France on his first journey to Tahit /5(8).
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