From the paradise in Tahiti and the Marquis to the most famous museums in the American metropolis. The story of a brilliant painter and lifelong rebel Paul Gauguin is illustrated by the new film Gauguin in Tahiti - Lost Paradise. The desire for freedom and knowledge has led the talented artist to the other side of the world to eventually die abandoned by everyone in the remote village of HivaOa. His life and work are now preserved by the most famous museums - the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute in Chicago, the National Gallery in Washington, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
"I'm closing my eyes to see." - Paul Gauguin