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Gauguin's break with the Impressionists came when he painted "Vision after the Sermon," where he tried to depict the inner feelings of his subjects. This painting also marked the start of a new painting style that came to be known as "Symbolism." Although this period had been highly productive for Gauguin, he was deeply depressed and in 1891 abandoned his family to seek an idyllic life in the South Pacific Islands.
Oslo, Norway, Paris, France, Style: French Post-Impressionist, School: Post-Impressionist, Movement: Post-Impressionism, French, Painting, Painting
Style: French Post-Impressionist; School: Post-Impressionist; Movement: Post-Impressionism; French; Painting
Oslo, Norway; Paris, France
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Unknown, "Mme. Mette Gauguin Seated in an Armchair (detail) Madame Mette Gauguin in Evening Dress" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 3091.