Tuesday Jul 15, 2003

Would Gauguin Agree?

“There are no ‘plain facts’ in the history of art—or any history of anything else, for that matter; only degrees of plausibility…. Yet we sense that Gauguin, although he tried to share his experience [spirit], he remains an outsider; he could paint pictures about faith, but not from faith.”

—H.W. Hanson, History of Art

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