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When do the horses go on sale at Brittany Farms?
The horses will be sold beginning Monday, Oct. 3, with sale sessions continuing through Oct. 7. Brittany Farms is sad to report the loss of Theresa Quinlan at the age of 68. Theresa managed the Chicago Accounting Office of Brittany Farms for 29 years.
How much is this farm in crévin (Ille-et-Vilaine)?
This property in Crvin (Ille-et-Vilaine) is offered… € 283.500 Farm for sale with reference 340938587198. In France in postcode area 29590 for sale… € 228.000 Buy this farm in the French departement Finistre. Farm for sale with reference 830032549536….
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What is the Breton culture?
Breton culture, infused with vestiges of its pagan Celtic past, appealed to his taste for the primitive and the exotic. The artist is thought to have made this work during his fifth and final visit to the region in 1894, between voyages to the tropics.
Where did Gauguin farm?
A Farm in Brittany. ca. 1894. From early in his career Gauguin was attracted to the relatively remote and unspoiled terrain of Brittany in northwestern France. Breton culture, infused with vestiges of its pagan Celtic past, appealed to his taste for the primitive and the exotic.
When was Wildenstein published?
Georges Wildenstein. Gauguin. Vol. 1, French ed. [English ed. 1965]. Paris, 1964, pp. 215–16, no. 526, ill., calls it "Farm in Brittany I" and dates it 1894 based on comparison with two paintings signed and dated 1894, "Breton Girl Praying" (W518; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Blaustein, Baltimore) and "Farm in Brittany II" (W527; private collection).
Where was Gauguin’s landscape painted?
Exh. cat., San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, 1936, p. 15, no. 2, fig. 2, calls it "Landscape" and suggests that it was painted in France about 1886.
When was Gauguin’s loan exhibition?
New York. Wildenstein & Co., Inc. "A Loan Exhibition of Paul Gauguin," April 3–May 4, 1946, no. 9 (as "Landscape, Brittany," lent by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Lewisohn).
Who painted Gauguin and the Pont-Aven Group?
Ronald Pickvance. Gauguin and the Pont-Aven Group. Exh. cat., Tate Gallery. London, 1966, p. 26, no. 40, states that the other painting of this subject ("Farm in Brittany II"; W527, private collection) shows part of the same motif, and that both "bear the stamp of Gauguin’s experience in Tahiti".