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Gauguin, Paul

Syllabification: Gau·guin, Paul
Pronunciation: /ɡōˈɡaN
 
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( 1848–1903), French painter; full name Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin. He lived mainly in Tahiti from 1891, painting in a post-impressionist style that was influenced by primitive art. Notable works: The Vision after the Sermon (1888) and Faa Iheihe (1898).

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