Chronik

1848
Born: June 7, Paris, France
1851 – 1855
Lived in Lima, Peru
1865 – 1871
Served in the merchant marine and traveled the tropics
1874
Began to paint as a hobby
1884
Moved with his family to Copenhagen, Denmark, to pursue business
1885
Separated from his wife and children, returned to Paris to paint full-time
1887
Traveled with Charles Laval to Panama and Martinique
1891
Traveled to Tahiti
1899
Founded his own journal, Le Sourire
1901
Moved to the Marquesas Islands
1903
Died: May 8, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia

Ausstellungen

2005
April 8 - June 19, "Special Installation: Prints by Paul Gauguin", The Clark
2002
June 18 - Oct. 20, "Gauguin in New York Collections: The Lure of the Exotic", Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
1955
Sept. 30 - Oct. 26, "Paul Gauguin", Tate Britain
1906
Retrospective. Salon d'Automne. Paris, France.
1889
Group exhibition: Paul Gauguin, Emile Bernard and Paul Sérusier; Café Volpini. Paris, France
1879 – 1886
Impressionist Exhibitions; Paris, France.