Dieppe Harbour is an 1886 painting in the Post-Impressionist style by the leading French artist Paul Gauguin. This work is located in the Manchester Art Gallery in the United Kingdom.
Dieppe Harbour, situated on the English Channel in Normandy, France, was in the late 19th century a historic and vibrant maritime hub with a rich cultural and economic significance. Nestled along the Côte d’Albâtre, Dieppe boasts a picturesque harbor that has played a crucial role in the town’s development and identity.
Dieppe has a long maritime history, marked by fishing, trade, and naval activities. The harbor has served as a gateway for maritime exploration and trade since the medieval period.