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This is a concise and engaging, yet detailed and informative monograph that explores Gauguins most Important works. Paul Gauguin 1848 to 1903 was one of the most important artists of the late 19th century, and one whose work was to have a profound influence on the development of art in the 20th century. He began as an Impressionist, but went on to develop a richly coloured style in his constant search for pristine originality and unadulterated nature. This concise monograph collects the most important works by Gauguin, not only of his best known paintings of Tahiti in which the artist attempted to reconstruct the perfect life which he had failed to find in reality, but also of many powerful works that reflect the artists contact with other seminal early modern masters like Van Gogh or Cezanne.