Landscape near Arles  1888

by Paul Gauguin

Gallery label: [br]This canvas was the first one Gauguin painted during the two months he spent in Provence with Vincent van Gogh in 1888, just after his productive summer in Pont-Aven. Gauguin had rebelled against Impressionism's reliance on the visible world, and he altered nature's shapes and colors to suggest his own more subjective reaction to the landscape. In this c...
36 x 28-1/2 in
Oil on canvas
Public Domain, Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art