Gauguin, Paul, France 1848 to 1903 Oil Paintings
By 1884 Gauguin moved with his family to Copenhagen, where he ineffectively sought a business vocation. He got back to Paris in 1885 to paint full-time, leaving his family in Denmark. He made a trip to Panama and Martinique in 1887, looking for the more great topic. Gauguin went to crude societies for inspiration; having gotten back to Paris, Gauguin unloaded his paintings to fund-raise for Tahiti’s journey.
After two years, disease constrained him to get back to Paris, where, with the pundit Charles Morice, he started a book about Tahiti. Gauguin was ready to get back to Tahiti in 1895. In 1899 he supported French pioneers in Tahiti in a political diary and established his periodical, Le Sourire. In 1901 the craftsman moved to the Marquesas, where he kicked the bucket.