The vivid and sensuous paintings of Paul Gauguin are among the most reproduced and recognisable in the history of art. Most books on the artist concentrate on one aspect of his story, whether it is the time he spent in Brittany, in Arles with his friend Vincent van Gogh or in the South Seas. By contrast, this concise introduction looks at his career in its entirety, reaching beyond the myths to discover one of the most fascinating and engaging artists of modern times. Written by Nancy Ireson, an acknowledged expert on French art of the period, this is the perfect place to start for anyone interested in the life and work of this extraordinary artist.
Editore Tate Enterprises Ltd
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM
EAN-13 9781849762885 9781849762885