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Would Paul Gauguin Care About The Moral Condemnation He Gets Today? Just Read His Final Journals

As writer Laura Gascoigne puts it here, “Is Gauguin redeemable? By today’s standards, no. Would he want to be redeemed? Almost certainly not.” – The Spectator (UK)
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Here’s where to see the ‘Unseen Picasso’ exhibit (hint, it’s in Pasadena)

A small exhibit of rare or unique prints from Pablo Picasso opened Friday at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. It runs through Jan. 10. Dubbed the “Unseen Picasso,” the 16 prints made between the 1930s and ’60s illustrate Pablo Picasso’s bold experiments, technically and stylistically, in the graphic arts, according to the museum. “Unseen Picasso” is a small exhibition featuring 16 rare or unique prints by Pablo Picasso at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, CA. A guest views the exhibit...
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28 of the most breathtaking and isolated stays on Airbnb, ranked by cost per night

There are accommodations for every budget - from less than $20 per night to over $1,000. Airbnb Operating in 220 countries, Airbnb has over eight million homes on offer to travelers worldwide. The platform made a list of its most remote, unique, and sought-after accommodations. See more stories on Insider's business page. Operating in 220 countries and regions today, Airbnb has over eight million homes on offer to travelers all over the world.In 2018, 10 years on from its inception, us...
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New Moon in Taurus May 2021

The New Moon occurs at 19:59 (UT) on May 11, 2021 at 21°Ta17′. The New Moon in Taurus gives us an opportunity to make a practical new start in the realm of finances, resources, possessions, self-worth, values and the body. The global 2nd house is where we discover what matters, what we think of as valuable and precious. Taurus as a sign is associated with farming and agriculture. It’s the land we live on and the body we live in. Here we learn how to survive and thrive in this material world. The...
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April 2021 Astrology Forecast

Mercury enters Aries on April 4. It’s decisive and we’re quick to speak up. It’s easier now to express ideas with clarity and to be more assertive when it comes to saying what we want. Still, we do need to ensure we have all the information we need before making important decisions because impulsiveness can override rational thinking. The same goes for speech too as Aries can be quick to shoot its mouth off before having the full picture. Positively, this transit can bring us fun and animated co...
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A cruise line for people over 50 years old will require all passengers have the COVID-19 vaccine before boarding

The new cruise liner "Spirit of Adventure" built for the British shipping company Saga Cruises. Hauke-Christian Dittrich/picture alliance via Getty Images Saga, a UK cruise company, will require passengers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine 14 days prior to boarding. Passengers will also be screened for the virus upon boarding the cruise. Saga is the first UK cruise operator to require passengers get a vaccination for the coronavirus, the Guardian reported. Visit Business Insider's homepage f...
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A Biostatistician Uses Crochet to Visualize the Frightening Infection Rates of the Coronavirus Chances are you’ve looked at more graphs this past year than you did over the previous decade — not just while working at home, but while scrolling through cascades of often-troubling quantitative information during your “off” hours as well. This phenomenon has hardly been limited to the Americans who obsessed over the predictions of and returns from their presidential election last month, an event turned practically into a sideshow by the ongo...
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"But the people who run our great institutions do not want trouble. They fear controversy. They lack faith in the intelligence of their audience."

"And they realize that to remind museum-goers of white supremacy today is not only to speak to them about the past, or events somewhere else. It is also to raise uncomfortable questions about museums themselves—about their class and racial foundations. For this reason, perhaps, those who run the museums feel the ground giving way beneath their feet. If they feel that in four years, 'all this will blow over,' they are mistaken. The tremors shaking us all will never end until justice and equity ar...
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Review: 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things' is a Captivating, Metaphysical Tale

When I was in school growing up we studied a painting that particularly captured my heart and my mind. Its title, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, is a perfect description of the events portrayed in the painting. The French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin created this masterpiece in Tahiti, painting characters that are meditating on the questions about human existence listed in the title. We ought to study the painting from right to left, starting with a sleepin...
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Two cruise ships hit by coronavirus weeks after industry restarts

Outbreaks of Covid-19 recorded on MS Roald Amundsen in Norway and the Paul Gauguin in Tahiti Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageCovid-19 has been detected on at least two cruise ships – one in the Arctic and one in the Pacific – just weeks after cruising holidays restarted.At least 40 passengers and crew from the MS Roald Amundsen have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and authorities are trying to contact trace hundreds of passengers from two recent Arctic voya...
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Van Gogh and Gauguin letter about brothel visit sells for 210,000 euros

Van Gogh and artist Paul Gauguin penned the "exceptional" letter while living together in late 1888.
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Van Gogh and Gauguin letter about brothel visit sells for €210,000

‘Exceptional’ correspondence sent from Arles in 1888 is bought by Van Gogh MuseumA letter written by two of the greatest artists of the 19th century, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, about their visits to French brothels has been bought for the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam for €210,600 (£189,000).The correspondence, previously held in private hands, has been described as “exceptional”. The two painters entwine descriptions of their experiences living together in Arles, in Provence, with claims...
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Rare letter detailing Van Gogh and Gauguin's brothel visits sells for $237K at auction

The only known letter to have been jointly written by Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin sold for more than 210,000 euros ($237,000) when it went under the hammer in Paris on Tuesday.
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Rare letter detailing Van Gogh and Gauguin's brothel visits could sell for $282K at auction

The only known letter to have been jointly written by Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin is headed to auction in Paris.
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Getty Museum pulls sculpture wrongly attributed to Gauguin from display

A sculpture attributed to French post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin and bought by the J. Paul Getty Museum was not the artist's work, an investigation has found.
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Getty Downgrades Work Purchased as Paul Gauguin Sculpture

A carving of a horned devil bought by the J. Paul Getty Museum as a Paul Gauguin work has been disproven as a work by the artist.  The decision was made after an extended research process. “In December 2019 the museum changed the attribution of the sculpture Head with Horns to ‘unknown,’” a spokesperson said. “This decision was based on […]
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Paul Gauguin Cruise Ship Tour and Review

Come aboard the Paul Gauguin cruise ship as I discuss the ship and the 7 things I think you need to know, and the 5 important watch-outs you need to consider before cruising on this luxury cruise ship. The Paul Gauguin cruises out of Tahiti on cruise vacations around the French Polynesia islands on cruising vacations from 7 to 14 nights. I show you the facilities on the ship. Note: I travelled as a guest of Paul Gauguin before making this video. They had no input on the opinions or content of th...
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Simon de Pury Wins Appeal Over $10 Million Commission on $210 Paul Gauguin Sale

Now, a British Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal by collector Rudolf Staechelin to overturn a $10 million commission to Simon de Pury and his wife Michaela for the $210 million sale of Paul Gauguin’s 1892 painting Nafea Faa Ipoipo? (When Will You Marry?).  “It is regrettable that for the first time in my long career in the […]
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Watch Nvidia’s new AI turn MS Paint-style doodles into photorealistic masterpieces

Researchers at Nvidia have developed a deep learning model that can take shitty digital sketches – like the ones you’d create with a trackpad, zero talent, and Microsoft Paint – and generate beautiful photorealistic landscapes in an instant. It’s called GauGAN (named after post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin, and Generative Adversarial Networks), and it works like a simple digital painting tool. But instead of a palette of colors, it has a collection of natural elements, like sand, snow, and sky, ea...
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February 2019 Eye Need to Do’s: Calder- Picasso, Victor Vasarely, Swan Lake and Paul Sérusier

Calder- Picasso Two great artists from the 20th century come together for the first major art event of 2019. Calder-Picasso explores the common themes of their work including Abstraction and also information about their meetings, common ideas, and collaborations. 150 works are presented by theme, accompanied by a catalogue composed of numerous major texts.   February 19-   August 25, 2019 Picasso Museum   5 rue de Thorigny 75003 Metro: Saint Paul   http://www.museepicass...
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Download Vincent van Gogh’s Collection of 500 Japanese Prints, Which Inspired Him to Create “the Art of the Future”

Vincent van Gogh never went to Japan, but he did spend quite a bit of time in Arles, which he considered the Japan of France. What made him think of the place that way had to do entirely with aesthetics. The Netherlands-born painter had moved to Paris in 1886, but two years later he set off for the south of France in hopes of finding real-life equivalents of the "clearness of the atmosphere and the gay colour effects" of Japanese prints. These days, we've all seen at least a few examples of tha...
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Gauguin. Spirituality and Max Hollein

Most Paul Gauguin exhibitions show him off as a sensualist who abandoned his family in France to canoodle with young Tahitian girls. So it was refreshing to see Gauguin: A Spiritual Journey last year at the de Young museum in San Francisco. The exhibit leaves out his most sensualist works and therefore presses visitors to see other aspects of his work. — Judith H. Dobrzynski
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November 2018 Astrology Forecast

November is a very busy month in the skies where we see some major shifts and developments. On November 1, expansive Jupiter trines wounded healer Chiron. This is a one hit wonder aspect that shows we now have an opportunity to build bridges. Priest (Jupiter) meets Shaman (Chiron). Jupiter is coming to the end of his journey through Scorpio so we could also say this is a time of summing up. Jupiter rules academic education and Chiron too is a teacher. It’s as if both are joining up to exchange b...
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No need to dig, here are 20 treasures from Google Arts & Culture

One of the oldest man-made artifacts in the world. An AI powered cultural Big Bang. The tiniest brushstrokes—almost invisible to the human eye—in an impressionist masterpiece. The secrets of traditional sushi making.These are just a few of the hidden treasures you can explore on Google Arts & Culture, which makes millions of artifacts and works of art, shared by over 1,500 museums, archives and cultural institution partners from 70 countries available for you to explore.Google Arts & Culture sta...
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Willem Dafoe Plays Vincent Van Gogh in Trailer for 'At Eternity's Gate'

"I'd like to find a new light… for paintings we haven't yet seen." CBS Films has unveiled an official trailer for the indie drama At Eternity's Gate, the latest feature made by artist & filmmaker Julian Schnabel (of Before Night Falls, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Miral). This film is about famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, starring Willem Dafoe as Van Gogh, telling the story of his final few years in France when he made the majority of his remarkable paintings. The story follows ...
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At Eternity’s Gate Trailer Shows Dafoe’s van Gogh in Turmoil

BEGIN SLIDESHOW At Eternity’s Gate trailer shows Dafoe’s van Gogh in turmoil CBS Films has released the first trailer for At Eternity’s Gate, the upcoming biopic based on the life of legendary painter Vincent van Gogh. Check out the At Eternity’s Gate trailer below! Writer-director Julius Schnabel, whose 2007 biopic The Diving Bell and the Butterfly was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director, is bringing to life a journey inside the world and mind of a person who, despi...
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At Eternity’s Gate Poster Reveals Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh

BEGIN SLIDESHOW At Eternity’s Gate poster reveals Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh CBS Films has released the first poster for the upcoming biopic based on the legendary painter Vincent Van Gogh, At Eternity’s Gate, which can be viewed in full below! Writer-director Julius Schnabel, whose 2007 biopic The Diving Bell and the Butterfly was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director, is bringing to life a journey inside the world and mind of a person who, despite skepticism, r...
Tags: Movies, Vincent Van Gogh, Orient Express, Eternity, Paul Gauguin, CBS Films, Willem Dafoe, Movie News, Dafoe, Vincent Cassel, Emmanuelle Seigner, At Eternity's Gate, Julius Schnabel, Rupert Friend Homeland, Stalin Mads Mikkelsen, Grand Budapest Hotel Quantum of Solace

The Star Wars News Roundup for August 31, 2018

Star Wars news for the week of August 31, 2018 The purpose of this roundup is to put all the Star Wars news from the week of August 31, 2018 in one location. If you read this each week, you should be able to converse fluently with any Star Wars fan on everything from the latest Star Wars developments to the latest toys. And maybe you’ll even share with them something that they might have missed. Let’s get to it! Episode IX News and Rumors Exclusive: Matt Smith is joining #StarWars: Episod...
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The Lodge 49 Episode 5 Promo Asks if Paradise Exists

The Lodge 49 episode 5 promo asks if paradise exists AMC has released a new promo and sneak peek for the fifth episode of their new dramedy series Lodge 49, which airs Mondays after Better Call Saul. Check out the teaser for next week’s episode below! Lodge 49 follows Dud (Wyatt Russell), a man who suffered an incident which made it impossible to enjoy his favorite pastime. Dud drifted among life before finding a fraternal lodge. One that offers both cheap beer and philosophies. The episode ...
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