Still Life with Bowl of Fruit and Lemons is an 1890 painting in the Post-Impressionist style by the leading French artist Paul Gauguin. This work is located in the Museum Langmatt Sidney and Jenny Brown Foundation in Baden, Switzerland.
The painting depicts a table with a metal bowl of oranges in the center, surrounded by various objects, including a mug, two lemons, and a cloth.
Gauguin’s use of color in the painting is noteworthy, with bold and bright colors dominating the canvas. The objects on the table are depicted in a stylized manner, with simplified forms and outlines.
Gauguin’s still life paintings are characterized by his unique post-impressionist style, featuring bright and bold colors. His still-life paintings often include objects from his travels to exotic locations, such as Tahiti and the Caribbean, and reflect his interest in primitivism.