Paul Gauguin was a French Post-Impressionist who was born on the 7th of June 1848 and died on the 8th of May 1903. His work was only appreciated after he died. Nowadays Paul Gauguin is recognized for his unusual use of colors and Synthetic style that didn’t belong to Impressionism. He painted lots of people and landscapes in Fench Polynesia. His artworks and work technique were an inspiration for many following artists including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse. He had a great relationship with Vincent Van Gogh and Theo Van Gogh. After he died a French art dealer Ambroise Vollard organized many exhibitions in Paris that made Paul Gauguin popular.
Many of his artworks including his most known paintings - Two Tahitian Women, Day of the God, Haystacks in Brittany, The Large Tree are held by private art collectors, but some of them can be viewed at art galleries around the world.
If you wish to have a fun and challenging wooden puzzle with Paul Gauguin's painting reproduction, then you can view our gallery of Paul Gauguin paintings and order the one you like the most. We will create a beautiful and interesting Paul Gauguin wooden puzzle with one of his historical paintings.