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Paul Serusier (1863-1927) Landscape : the Bois d'Amour (The Talisman) Gauguin directed Seruier to paint this small landscape in an entirely Synthetist way. The result struck the young artist with the force of a revelation. He brought it to Paris, showed it to his friends and it was promptly named The Talisman. A early harbinger of abstract art.

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Paul Serusier - The Talisman 1888

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