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  1. 1. Paul Gauguin (1848–1903). Summing up CAREER • Gauguin came late to art, beginning his artistic career in Paris; • in search for an Edenic paradise and “primitive” art STYLE • color free from mimetic representation; • forms distorted for expressive purposes LEGACY • he pioneered the Symbolist art movement in France and set the stage for Fauvism and Expressionism CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  2. 2. Early Career • Early childhood in Lima. • Nomadic life (merchant marines in India and the Black Sea). • By 1873, he got married, settled in Paris as a stockbroker and developed an amateur interest in art. • 1882 the stock market crashed = full-time artist. • Impressionist landscapes, still-lifes, and interiors influenced by Pissarro and Cézanne, but his pictures showed a preoccupation with dreams, and evocative symbols CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  3. 3. 1886-’90 - Brittany He lived, on and off, in Brittany from 1886 to 1890, improving his interest in medieval art and in primitive sculpture, Romanesque, Far and Near Estern art Le Pouldu Pont Aven CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  4. 4. 1886-’90 Brittany • He abandoned Impressionism in favor of Synthetism. • His art aimed at expressing the primitive essence of Breton life. • 1888 second visit to Pont- Aven = encounter with the artist Émile Bernard • The Vision After the Sermon became the clarion call for Symbolist art. Pont-Aven - The Harbour and the Wood CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  5. 5. Paul Gauguin, The Vision after the Sermon (Jacob Wrestling with the Angel), 1888, Oil on Canvas, 72,2 x 91. National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini He used broad, matt fields of non- naturalistic color to express the transcendent visions of Breton peasant women.
  6. 6. CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  7. 7. Eugene Delacroix, Jacob Wrestling with the Angel, 1855-1861, Mural, Chapel of the Holy Angels, Church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris. HOKUSAI: SUMO. Japanese Sumo wrestlers practicing for a match. Woodblock print, 1817, by Katsushika Hokusai for his 'Manga'. CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  8. 8. Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), The Plum Blossom Garden at Kameido, 1857, From "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo"; Woodblock print, 13 1/4 x 8 5/8 in; The Brooklyn Museum STAINED GLASS EXAMPLES FROM EUROPEAN CHURCHES ,1890, Chromolithograph, Antique Color Lithograph. 12 X 9 1/2 inches CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  9. 9. Arles – Paris - Brittany and Beyond • In October of 1888, he left Brittany for Arles, where he joined Vincent van Gogh, • Their collaboration ended abruptly. • Back in Paris. His exhibition was a commercial failure • 1889 Le Pouldu a series of self-portraits relating himself to Jesus Christ. Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), Self- portrait, 1889. Oil on wood 79,2 x 51,3 cm. Washington, National Gallery of Art CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  10. 10. 1891–’93 1st Tahitian Trip • 1889 Exposition Universelle – the colonial pavilions and the desire for an exotic, preindustrial locale. • 1891 Tahiti = new synthetic style (a hybrid of various Western and Eastern sources) • 1893 back to Paris CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  11. 11. 1895-1903 2nd Tahitian Trip • 1895 – he decided to return to Tahiti permanently but soon became disillusioned with the colonial corruption of Tahiti. • 1901 – he left Tahiti for the Marquesan island of Hiva Oa, perpetually searching for a lost paradise. • 1903 - He died there having become a legend for a new generation of artists CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini
  12. 12. Paul Gauguin, Nevermore, 1897, Oil on Canvas, 116 x 60.5 cm. The Courtauld Gallery, London CLIL - Liceo "Agnesi" Milano Silvia Caldarini In Poe’s poem The Raven, the bird is an ominous presence standing above the poet’s door, croaking “Nevermore”. “I wished to suggest by means of a simple nude a certain long- lost barbarian luxury …. as a title Nevermore; not the raven of Edgar Allan Poe, but the bird of the devil that is keeping watch.” (Gauguin)

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