The Life and Work of the French Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin
Paul Gauguin was a French post-impressionist painter whose daring and innovative works made him one of the most important figures in modern art history. Born in Paris in 1848, he began his career as a stockbroker before abandoning it to pursue his true passion for painting. He left France for Tahiti where he created some of his most iconic works, characterized by bold colors, strong brushstrokes and an emphasis on capturing emotion rather than literal representations of his subjects. His influence continues to be felt today with many contemporary artists citing him as an inspiration. In this article we will explore the life and work of Paul Gauguin, from his beginnings in Paris to becoming one of the most influential painters ever.
Discovering the Timeless Beauty of Vintage Art Prints with Paul Gauguin
Peléton is proud to offer a stunning selection of art prints reproduced from the original works of Paul Gauguin. Each reproduction captures the bold colors and emotional intensity that made his work so captivating, allowing you to bring a piece of this timeless artist into your home. Our carefully curated catalogue includes some of Gauguin's most beautiful pieces, such as Dans les Vagues and Flowers and a Bowl of Fruit on a Table, making it easy for you to find the perfect print for any space. With Peléton’s art prints, you can take in all the beauty and emotion of these masterpieces without ever leaving your living room.