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Paul Gauguin's Woman with a Mango (1892) Business Card Templates
Paul Gauguin's Woman with a Mango (1892) Business Card Templates
A classic artwork that has passed into the public domain and makes wonderful gifts and other products.

Vahine No Te Vi Aka. This is one of his famous Polynesian paintings. Gauguin moved to Tahiti in the early 1890's and stayed there for most of his remaining life. Although he was frustrated with his lack of recognition and commercial success during his life, his fame (as with a lot of artists) started to grow almost immediately after he died.

Known for his paintings of Tahiti and Polynesia, Gauguin was one of the leading Post-Impressionist painters. His style evolved over the years, leading from his beginnings in the more traditional Impressionist style to his later use of cloisonnism, in which dark or bold lines delineate areas of compartmentalized singe colors.

All of our products are made with large scale images that have been carefully edited to provide the best resolution, color and detail possible. We have tried to make products available in many popular formats, but please contact us via the sidebar link on the MAIN PAGE if you need help customizing anything.
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Paul Gauguin's Woman with a Mango (1892)
A classic artwork that has passed into the public domain and makes wonderful gifts and other products.

Vahine No Te Vi Aka. This is one of his famous Polynesian paintings. Gauguin moved to Tahiti in the early 1890's and stayed there for most of his remaining life. Although he was frustrated with his lack of recognition and commercial success during his life, his fame (as with a lot of artists) started to grow almost immediately after he died.

Known for his paintings of Tahiti and Polynesia, Gauguin was one of the leading Post-Impressionist painters. His style evolved over the years, leading from his beginnings in the more traditional Impressionist style to his later use of cloisonnism, in which dark or bold lines delineate areas of compartmentalized singe colors.

All of our products are made with large scale images that have been carefully edited to provide the best resolution, color and detail possible. We have tried to make products available in many popular formats, but please contact us via the sidebar link on the MAIN PAGE if you need help customizing anything.
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Made on: 11/17/2009 10:22 AM
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