Landscape, Bretagne Paul Gauguin

Landscape, Bretagne: Paul Gauguin

Landscape, Bretagne is an 1889 painting in the Post-Impressionist style by the leading French artist Paul Gauguin. This work is located in the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, Norway.

Bretagne, or Brittany, has been a popular subject in art throughout history. The region’s stunning landscapes, traditional culture, and unique architecture have inspired many artists to capture its essence in their works.

Paul Gauguin spent significant periods of his life in Bretagne, particularly in Pont-Aven and Le Pouldu. He was drawn to the region’s rustic charm and vibrant culture. Gauguin’s paintings from Bretagne often depict the local people, Breton women in traditional dress, and the region’s dramatic landscapes.

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