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This work is also known as "Two Tahitian women in a landscape" and it is dated 1892. Gauguin represents two Polynesian women sitting on a meadow surrounded by a sunny environment; although the two natives are dressed in different clothes: one wears a Tahitian sarong and the other a typically European dress and although they are in different poses, the model depicted is always the same.
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Dimensions
cm. 80x100
1 - Characteristics and Properties
Fir wood frame with rounded edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
2 - Characteristics and Properties
Ready to hang
3 - Characteristics and Properties
Edges are finished on the sides
4 - Characteristics and Properties
Water and UV resistant canvas
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This work is also known as "Two Tahitian women in a landscape" and it is dated 1892. It is housed in the Kunst Museum in Basel. Gauguin represents two Polynesian women sitting on a meadow surrounded by a sunny environment; although the two natives are dressed in different clothes: one wears a Tahitian sarong and the other a typically European dress and although they are in different poses, the model depicted is always the same. The prevalence of warm tones, such as yellow, orange and red, gives the canvas a luminous and intense aspect, enhancing the brightness of the surrounding tropical environment. In the work there are some essential traits that characterize the painting of Gauguin: a total lack of perspective and a skilful combination of pure colours (red combined with green and violet flanked by yellow.) In Polynesian isolation, the artist's painting is expressed at the highest levels: Gauguin goes beyond the natural representation of reality, simplifying the forms, using anti-naturalistic colours and attributing to his figures a powerful evoking force. On 6th February 2015, this work is sold for a record amount of about 265 million euros, becoming the most expensive picture in the world.

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