Pablo Picasso

Paul Gauguin (1848 to 1903) was a French printmaker, sculptor, and painter who aimed to attain a primitive expression of emotional and spiritual states through his work. His artworks are categorized as post-impressionist, symbolist, and synthesis. Gauguin is recognized for his innovative relationship with the famous Vincent van Gogh. His artwork experiments influence numerous Avant-grade establishments in the early 1900s. Gaugin is famous for his highly practical way of using colors to date. His notable artworks include the “vision after the sermon” and “The Yellow Christ.” Before he died, he spent 10 years in Polynesia, France, where he created paintings that depicted the landscape and people of that region. Get a piece of his colorful artworks to adorn your space or his spiritual art to create the divinity vibe in your room.

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  • A simple meal by Pablo Picasso (1904)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A reclining female nude by Pablo Picasso (1936)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A parody of manet’s olympia with junyer and picasso by Pablo Picasso (1902)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A muse by Pablo Picasso (1935)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A horsewoman by Pablo Picasso (1905)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A bullfight by Pablo Picasso (1934)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A bullfight by Pablo Picasso (1934)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A blue room (A tub) by Pablo Picasso (1901)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • Acrobat by Pablo Picasso (1930)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • Acrobat and young harlequin by Pablo Picasso (1905)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • Academical study by Pablo Picasso (1895)

    By Pablo Picasso

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  • A red skirt by Pablo Picasso (1901)

    By Pablo Picasso

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