Henri Paul Gauguin is a post-impressionist French painter. In fact, he is a stockbroker. He was the first person to paint only in his spare time. He was later called a world-famous painter. What is post-impressionism? He was born in France in the late 19th century. It emerged in response to Impressionism. What is impressionism? He was born in France in the 19th century. It has influenced all branches of art. But it mostly affected the art of painting. It aims to reflect the impressions created by the elements in nature to the art of the human inner world. A table of Gauguin was sold for $ 300 million recently. He broke the most expensive piece of art.
Gauguin had many disappointments in his business life. These negativities pushed him to paint. For a while, Van Gogh calls Gauguin to his city. They paint together for 9 weeks in Arles. However, when Van Gogh later committed suicide due to his bad psychology, some of Van Gogh’s works remained in Gauguin. He did not sell these paintings even when he was the poorest. After a while, he gave up the stream of Impressionism. The art of Asia and Africa has started to look more interesting. Due to poverty, he migrates to Tahiti, where fresh fish and fruits are abundant. He has drawn many important paintings there. In 1903, he was sentenced to 3 months in prison for problems with the government and the church. However, he falls ill and dies without going to jail. he died at the age of 54.
He will always be remembered with their magnificent friendship memories with Van Gogh and his precious artworks.