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After mastering Impressionist methods of representing the optical experience of nature, Gauguin studied the religious communities of rural Brittany and various landscapes of the Caribbean, while learning about the latest French ideas on the subject of painting and theory. colors (the latter very influenced by recent scientific studies of the various unstable processes of visual perception). This context contributed to the gradual development in Gauguin of a new type of "synthetic" painting, which functions as a symbolic reflection, rather than simply documentary, or as a mirror of reality.


Seeking the kind of direct relationship with the natural world he witnessed in various communities in French Polynesia and other non-Western cultures, Gauguin treated his painting as a philosophical meditation on the ultimate meaning of human existence, thus that the possibility of religious fulfillment, finding answers as to how to live closer to nature.


Gauguin was one of the key participants in the European cultural movement, since called primitivism, during the last decades of the XNUMXth century. The term denotes Western fascination with less industrially developed cultures and the Romantic notion that non-Westerners might be more genuinely spiritual, or closer to the elemental forces of the cosmos, than their comparatively "artificial" European and American counterparts.


After abandoning his wife, his four children and separating himself from the art world in Europe, Gauguin's name and work became synonymous, as they still are today, with the idea of ​​artistic freedom. ultimate, or the complete liberation of the creative individual from his original cultural moorings.


Gauguin's style

Paul Gauguin is one of the most important French artists to have been initially trained in impressionism, to later break with his fascination with the everyday world in order to become the pioneer of a new style of painting widely called symbolism. As the Impressionist movement peaked in the late 1880s, Gauguin experimented with new color theories and semi-decorative approaches to painting. He notably worked one summer in an intensely colored style alongside Vincent Van Gogh in the south of France, before turning his back entirely on Western society.

He had already given up on his old life as a stockbroker when he began to travel regularly to the South Pacific in the early 1890s, where he developed a new style that married everyday observation with mystical symbolism, a style heavily influenced. through the so-called “primitive” popular arts of Africa, Asia and French Polynesia.

Gauguin's rejection of his family, his society and the Parisian art world for a life apart, in the land of “the Other”, has come to serve as a romantic example of the artist-mystic- wandering.

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