Gauguin's Artwork from Various Museums
Paul Gauguin (French, 1848-1903)

Posing with Cézanne Painting

Tankard and Pitcher

Breton Girls Dancing



By the Sea

Delectable Waters

Self Portrait

Seed of the Areoi

Ia Orana Maria

Two Tahitian Women

Why Are You Angry?

Tahitian Women Bathing

Day of the Gods

The Little Parisian

The Red Cow


The Swineherd
(From _Gauguin's Intimate Journals_, page 109)
"Art requires philosophy, just as philosophy requires art. Otherwise, what would become of beauty?"

(From _‘Notes Synthètiques’ 1885, as quoted by Richard Nathanson)
"Painting is the most beautiful of all the arts. It is the summation of all our sensations, and contemplating it, we can each, according to our imagination, create the story. In a single glance, our souls can be flooded with the most profound reflections. No effort of memory, everything summed up in a single instant. A complex art which contains and completes all the others. Like music, it works on the soul through the intermediary of the senses. Harmonies of tones correspond to harmonies of sound…"

Photos of Matisse' Artwork from Various Museums
Mary Cassatt's Art from Various Museums
Monet's Art from Various Museums
Degas' Art from Various Museums
Renoir's Art from Various Museums
Van Gogh's Art from Various Museums
Impressionist Art at Chicago's Art Institute
Impressionist Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Photos from Chicago's Art Institute Museum - Egyptian Galleries
Photos from Oriental Institute Museum - Egyptian Galleries
Photos from Brooklyn Museum - "Art for Eternity"
Photos from Metropolitan Museum - Egyptian Galleries
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Photos of Gauguin's artwork © Joan Ann Lansberry