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Gauguin's uses of flattened areas of color, and of non-naturalistic colors make him one of the important forebears in the modernist trend toward expressionism. He also pioneered appreciation of the simple and primitive, an interest that led him to Martinique in 1887, Tahiti in 1891-1892 and 1895-1901, and finally to the Marquesa Islands, where he died.
Oslo, Norway, Paris, France, Style: Modernist Expressionism, School: Modern Expressionism, Movement: Expressionism, oil paintings --
Style: Modernist Expressionism; School: Modern Expressionism; Movement: Expressionism; oil paintings --
Oslo, Norway; Paris, France
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Unknown, "Basket of Flowers" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 3055.