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Gauguin's Discovery of the 'Primitive'

26/10/2020 (6:00pm - 7:00pm)

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Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society
Wesley Church Hall, Uniting Church
64 Church St, Dubbo NSW 2830
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Gauguin’s Discovery of the ‘Primative’
Presented By
Kathy McLauchlan

Gauguin the painter was in flight from urban society. From the mid 1880’s he sought somewhere ‘unspoilt’ by modern civilization, and this search would take him to Brittany, Martinique and the South Pacific. This lecture concentrates on the work Gauguin produced in Brittany in the late 1880s and early 1890s, most notably The Vision after the Sermon.

Kathy McLauchlan is a lecturer specialising in 19th-century art history, she is currently a course director at the Victoria & Albert Museum, organising courses and study days on the history of art and design. She teaches at several institutions, including the Arts Society and Art Pursuits. She is a graduate of Oxford University and the Courtauld Institute, with a Ph.D. on French 19th-century painters in Rome.

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