- (Eu·gène Hen·ri) Paul [œ-zhen ahn-ree pawl] /œˈʒɛn ɑ̃ˈri pɔl/, 1848–1903, French painter.
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Gauguin and Van Gogh knew that there was someone nobler than the peasant.
And now what did the admirable Gauguin have to do with all this?
I still believe that Gauguin and I will one day work together.
And has not Gauguin, for his part, ever thought of painting your portrait?
Even Gauguin is greatly indebted to the South for his talent.
- Paul (pɔl). 1848–1903, French postimpressionist painter, who worked in the South Pacific from 1891. Inspired by primitive art, his work is characterized by flat contrasting areas of pure colours