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In October-December 1888, following the persistent suggestions of his art-dealer, Theo van Gogh, Gauguin visited the man's brother, Vincent, in Arles. His stay with the sick artist, whom he disliked and even despised as a painter, and never bothered to conceal this, finished after Van Gogh cut off his own ear. His rediscovery of the merits of Degas--especially in his pastels--all combined with his own streak of megalomania to produce a style that had little in common with the thoughtful lyricism of impressionism.
Paris, France, Denmark, Style: French Post-Impressionist, School: Post-Impressionist, Movement: Post-Impressionism, oil paintings --
Style: French Post-Impressionist; School: Post-Impressionist; Movement: Post-Impressionism; oil paintings --
Paris, France; Denmark
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