About 70 works displayed – coming from 12 international museums and private collections – and artefacts and documentary images of the places the artist visited will permit visitors to recognize and analyze the figurative sources of the art of Paul Gauguin. The sources range from the folk art of Brittany in France to the art of ancient Egypt, from Peruvian objects of the Inca culture passing through Cambodian and Javanese art to arrive at the art, the life and the culture of the Polynesian islands.
It’s exactly through this comparison of masterpieces by the artist and the sources of his inspiration that the exhibit is geared to demonstrating his peculiar and original approach to “Primitivism.”
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Guided visit to the exhibit, “Gauguin. Racconti dal paradiso” (in Italian)
Guide: Alessandra Montalbetti
Meeting place and time: 2:45 PM in via Tortona 56
Fee: €20.00 for members in good standing of the Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum Association
If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the event may be cancelled.
For information about the event, about participating in the event, and about becoming a member of the Friends association:
Office, Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum Association
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