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eBook Noa Noa ePub

by Paul Gauguin

  • ISBN: 0559118619
  • Category: Arts and Literature
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Paul Gauguin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BiblioLife (April 19, 2009)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1422 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1678 kb
  • Other: doc mbr azw lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 850


In 1894, Paul Gauguin left Europe to spend two years in Tahiti, where he produced some of his most beautiful and best-known paintings

In 1894, Paul Gauguin left Europe to spend two years in Tahiti, where he produced some of his most beautiful and best-known paintings. But he also created another masterpiece that has languished in obscurity for nearly 100 years: a detailed.

Noa Noa : the Tahitian journal. Translated from the French. Originally published: New York : . G27A2 1985 75. 84-21058. Manufactured in the United States by Courier Corporation.

I am entering into the truth, into nature. Paul Gauguin, Noa Noa. tags: conventions, customs, freedom, life, living, nature, society. Don't over finish your work. There is value to done.

About the Book Noa Noa-the most widely known of Gauguin's writings-is reproduced.

Paul Gauguin fled what he called "filthy Europe" in 1891 to what he hoped would be an unspoiled paradise, Tahiti.

NOA NOA. "Dites, qu’avez-vous vu?" CHARLES BAUDELAIRE. Do you know, Gauguin," said the princess in rising, "I do not like your La Fontaine. For Tehura I was in a very short time an open book. In a way I experienced, at my expense and in my own person, the profound gulf which separates an Oceanian soul from a Latin soul, particularly a French soul. The soul of a Maori is not revealed immediately.

Read online books written by Gauguin, Paul in our e-reader absolutely for free. Author Gauguin, Paul. Categories: Nonfiction. Author of Noa Noa at ReadAnyBook. by. Gauguin, Paul, 1848-1903. Gauguin, Paul, 1848-1903, Painters - France, Tahiti. Berlin : B. Cassirer. Gauguin's intimate journal of his first trip to Tahiti. Begun in 1892, after his first year in the islands, it was intended to stand as a record of his emotions and experiences in the new world.

Gauguin's intimate journal of his first trip to Tahiti. distinctly form the sacred word of Oceanian origin, ATUA (God), the Taäta or Takata or Tathagata, who ruled throughout all the Indies. And there came to my mind like a mystic counsel, in harmony with my beautiful solitude and my beautiful poverty the words of the sage

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Hirah Hirah
No doubt an accurate reflection of Gaugin's Tahiti "adventures." Worthy of study by researchers but a rather superficial creative work written at a time when Gauguin intended to stir interest in his paintings failing to sell. Suggestion: Read in conjunction with David Sweetman's excellent biography.Excellent graphics.
Alsath Alsath
Let's face it...Gauguin was not a writer. He was an artist. These were his memoirs. I always enjoy reading about people who bucked the system. It also peeks my interest of the ways of the South Pacific cultures. A great insight through Gauguin's eyes as the Polynesians describe to him what life had been like prior to the missionary's harsh control over them.
Vozilkree Vozilkree
Van Gogh's bestie
Dondallon Dondallon
Having just traveled to the Society Islands I wanted more info on Paul Gaugin. This translation of his journal provided insight I would not have gotten otherwise. Combined with other biographies it rounded out the picture. Recommend it if you are interested in either the South Pacific Islands or Gaugin and his art.
Zieryn Zieryn
This is a lovely book... and, brief though it is, helped me to understand more about Gauguin's reasons behind his actions. I read it at a perfect time - when the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY was holding one of their most important exhibits on Gauguin and featured his wood cuts. It's a colourful, passionate and painful journey.
Ustamya Ustamya
A sensitive, personal account - not as detailed as I'd expected, but illuminating.
Memuro Memuro
I picked it up for a school project and it was fantastic. It's just a nice little journal, I feel there is more but I don't know for sure, this may be all there is in the tahiti journal of Paul Gauguin. The pictures are great, the translation is very well done. Excellent read.
Thank you.