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1900 Active in local politics, to bring in some Art dealer Vollard Location and became editor of Les Guepes kind of income. began sending him a monthly allowance ft Still-life: 32 Roses and Statuette c. 1890 28f *2Hin (73x54 cm) Museedes Beaux-Arts. Rheims 1 UNDERSTANDING THE MASTERS SERIES The world's greatest art really introduced in a practical, non-jargon way. These books explain, step by step, what the greatest masters of art were actually trying to do in their work. The reader will quickly understand the mind of the artist and his methods of drawing, colour.

Worked with Pissarro. 1893 Returned to work at Galerie Durand-Ruel. Began writing Noa-Noa with the Symbolist writer, Charles Morice. 1880 Exhibited at fifth Impressionist exhibition. 1881 Exhibited at sixth Impressionist exhibition. Birth of a son, Jean. 1894 Took Annah the Javanese as his mistress. Stayed at Le Pouldu with Annah. Broke his leg 1882 Helped organize seventh Impressionist exhibition. a fight with sailors. and deserted him. with syphilis. Left Paris forever on the stock exchange. his Paris studio MahananoAtua (The Day of God).

Rarely can any artist create such a perfect realization of a vision, and we must examine the painting carefully to see how it was done. It is sical The composition embodies several elements which Gauguin had used before here they are employed with total mastery. The steeply tilted floor reminds us of his study of Cezanne and Japanese prints it establishes a flat, abstract space in which the monu: ; 28 mental, sculptural figures are anchored. One's eye is led out to the airy landscape beyond by the slanting line of floor and wall at the same time, the space is stabilized and the eye drawn back to the centre of the picture by the horizontal mass of the cradle and the strong horizontal line below the doorway and far wall.

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