Paul Gauguin

(1848 - 1943)

After losing his stockbroker job in the Paris Bourse crash of 1882, Paul Gauguin pursued a career as a painter. Meeting with some success in his new career, he sailed in 1891 for French Polynesia, where he dedicated himself to life in Oceania. Gauguin died at Atuona in the Marquesas Islands.

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Voices In Time

1891 | Tahiti

Paul Gauguin Reborn

“All the joys—animal and human—of a free life are mine.”More

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