The Art Institute of Chicago, 2016
Gauguin Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphic Works at the Art Institute of Chicago is the museum’s fifth volume in its online series on the Impressionist circle. It features artworks that span the artist’s career, including nine paintings, over 180 works on paper, a ceramic sculpture, and a cabinet. Entries from curators and conservators—featuring new high-resolution photography and 360-degree views of sculptural objects—offer novel insights into Gauguin’s technique, show how he consistently pushed artistic approaches in new directions, and draw fascinating connections between his life and work.
Edited by Gloria Groom and Genevieve Westerby; essays by Gloria Groom, Richard R. Brettell, Genevieve Westerby, Dario Gamboni, Douglas Druick, Peter Zegers, Kristin Lister, Inge Fiedler, Kirk Vuillemot, Suzie Schnepp, Emily Heye, Julie Simek, Nancy Ireson, Suzanne Folds McCullagh, Mel Becker Solomon, Hannah Klemm, Harriet Stratis, Mary Broadway, Celine Daher, and Kristi Dahm
This publication received generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as well as the Art Institute’s David and Mary Winton Green 19th-Century Research Fund.