Gauguin by Himself
Gaugin by Himself is unique in its approach, giving equal weight to Gauguin's activities both as an artist and as a writer. It provides a rare insight into his intractable character and uncompromising ideas and follows the extraordinary and complex development of his art from hesitant impressionism, through the experimental synthesis of his Breton paintings to the striking...more
Hardcover, 223 pages
Published April 7th 2004 by Barnes and Noble Books
(first published November 12th 1992)
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