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News: NGA, D.C. Opens Gauguin Exhibition

Paul Gauguin Self-Portrait, 1889, Chester Dale Collection

The National Gallery of Art in Washington opened a new show Sunday that brings the first major exhibition of works by Paul Gauguin to the U.S. is over 20 years. The show, organized by the Tate Modern in London, includes 120 pieces, from paintings to sculptures.   Entitled Gauguin: Maker of Myth, the exhibition shows the painter “s a storyteller ... Read More »

Gauguin Takes Up Residence in Van Gogh Museum for “Breakthrough Into Modernity”

  The relationship between the Van Goghs (Vincent and Theo) and Paul Gauguin was long and complicated. Theo purchased, sold, and commissioned the painter’s work while Vincent, then just a struggling artist and brother of a successful dealer, befriended and attempted to collaborate with the far more grounded and well-regarded Gauguin. It was a difficult relationship between the two, strained ... Read More »

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