Paul Gauguin – Post Impressionist Synthetist

Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was an innovative post impressionistic painter who experimented with bold colors in a mystical style of painting (soon to be called Synthetism). He was greatly influenced by the exotic Polynesian world, where Tahitian themes abound in much of his artwork. Our SegPlayPC collection is overflowing with over 35 of his most recognizable works including several self portraits, The Yellow Christ, M. Loulou, Spirit of the Dead Watching, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, Nave Nave Moe, Reverie, The Moon and the Earth, Woman with a Fruit, The White Horse, Arearea-Joyousness, Portrait of Jacob Meyer de Haan and Tahitian Women (On the Beach).

Patterns Included In This Set

Where Do We Come From?

The Yellow Christ

We Shall Not Go to the Market Today

M. Loulou

Portrait of the Artist with the Idol

Self Portrait

The White Horse

Arearea (Joyousness)

Self Portrait

When Will you Marry?

A Vase of Flowers

Parahi te marae (There is the Temple)

Portrait of Van Gogh Painting

Nirvana (Portrait of Meyer de Haan)

Vision After the Sermon

Still Life with Three Puppies

Les Alyscamps – Arles

The Swineherd – Brittany

la Orana Maria (Hail Mary)

Tahitian Landscape

Tahitian Women on the Beach

Under the Pandanus

Spirit of the Dead Watching

The Seed of the Areoi

Eii Haere ia oe (Woman Holding a Fruit)

The Moon and the Earth

Breton Peasant Women

Still Life with Teapot and Fruit

Two Tahitian Women with Mango Blossoms

Landscape Near Arles


Nave Nave Moe (Sacred Spring)

The Day of the God

Portrait of the Artist with a Palette

Riders on the Beach