Writings of a Savage

Writings of a Savage

by Paul Gauguin
     
 

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Paul Gauguin's flat application of color to canvas, his choice of subject, and his spontaneous, nearly primitive approach to painting set him distinctly apart from his fellow Impressionists. By examining the artist's correspondence and journals, the philosophical roots of this unique vision are revealed.

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Paul Gauguin's flat application of color to canvas, his choice of subject, and his spontaneous, nearly primitive approach to painting set him distinctly apart from his fellow Impressionists. By examining the artist's correspondence and journals, the philosophical roots of this unique vision are revealed.

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ISBN-13:
9781557782724
Publisher:
Paragon House Publishers
Publication date:
04/15/1990
Series:
Tesoro Bks.
Edition description:
1st Paragon House ed
Pages:
304

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