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 Primitivism in Paul Gauguin's Where Do We Com... 
 
Abstract
 This paper first explains how Paul Guaguin was a modernist and then explores the primitivistic aspects of his masterpiece D'où Venons Nous? Que Sommes Nous? Où Allons Nous? (Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, 1898) . The painting portrays a series of Tahitian women progressing through various stages of life. It is also rich with symbols such as idols and animals - all these features support the argument for primitivism as explained in the paper.
 
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Subject - Arts
Document Type - Assignment
 
 
   
   

 

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 Eugène Delacroix and Liberty Leading the Peop... 
 
Abstract
 This is an essay written in response to a question asking whether Eugene Delacroix and his famous painting La Liberté Guidant le Peuple (Liberty Leading the People, 1830) are examples of the modernist movement or not. The essay supports the former notion using arguments largely drawn from the artwork itself. Delacroix is considered by some to be among the founders of the modernist movement; as Baudelaire commented about him, “The last of the great artists of the Renaissance and the first modern”. Delacroix’s art was often significantly marked with political messages, as is the case with Liberty leading the People, and we will see how this entire concept is modernist in nature.
 
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