Breton Women with Umbrellas

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The Pont-Aven school brings together very different artists who meet regularly in this small town in southern Finistère in the mid 1880s. After Gauguin's departure to Tahiti in 1891- the figurehead of the group - Emile Bernard continues his research on synthetism in Britanny. This region, remained outside of industrial development, still lives partly on its ancestral traditions. It is for Bernard and Gauguin a true oasis of authenticity and a source of exotic inspiration. On these preserved and harsh land endures a world that conveys, in their eyes, the essential values of humanity.

1892, Musée d'Orsay

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