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Emile Bernard (FR. Émile Bernard, on 28 April 1868 in Lille — April 16, 1941, Paris) — French artist of the neo-Impressionists, one of the theoreticians of symbolism in art.
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From October 5, 2018 to January 13, 2019 the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam offers a rare chance to see the colorful works created by Gauguin and Laval during their stay in Martinique, the French Antilles. It is for the first time that nine works by Paul Gauguin and four canvases by Charles Laval, made on the island in 1887, have been united together with numerous sketches, pastels, drawings and…
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