Beginning in the mid-1870s, when he was still a "Sunday painter," Gauguin spent much time with the Impressionists, exhibited with them, and collected their pictures. The lively color, small brushstrokes, and unassuming subject of this village view reflect Impressionist influence, particularly that of Camille Pissarro.


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