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News: Gauguin at the Tate Modern

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  For the first time in 50 years, Britain is hosting an exhibition of the work of Paul Gauguin, the bad-boy of modern art. The show opens at the Tate Modern in London this Thursday through January 16th, 2011: Gauguin is one of the world’s most famous and best-loved artists from the early 20th century. For the first time in ... Read More »

Picasso in Arles: A Modern Master Follows in the Footsteps of Van Gogh

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  We’ve gone on and on both on this blog and in our recently released “ART + TRAVEL EUROPE: Step into The Lives of Five Famous Painters” about Vincent Van Gogh’s troubled but productive time in Arles on the western edge of the Provence region of southern France that spanned from early 1888 to mid 1889. But Van Gogh was ... 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 »

Introducing: Art + Travel Europe

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We promised you big news this Monday, and here it is: Art+Travel Europe is headed to bookstores this March! The next up from Museyon Guides, Art+Travel Europe follows in the footsteps of five famous painters with walking tours of the cities where they lived, loved and labored.   Each day this week we’ll give you a sneak preview of one ... Read More »

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