Gauguin and the Nabis : Arthur Elldrige, Pierre Terrail (Paperback, 1995), used
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When Serusier and his mentor Gauguin showed The Talisman in Paris in 1888, the painting was seen as a revelation and earned Gauguin's followers the name 'Nabis' (from the Hebrew for prophet). Ellridge traces the genesis of this revelation, surveying the artistic and intellectual climate in late 19th century Paris and looking in depth at the work of artists such as Serusier, Bonnard and Vuillard who were able 'for the first time, to bring modernity down into the streets and everyday life'. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Each purchase is protected by the rules of the credit card associations. In addition, Harvbooks guarantees every transaction against damage or defect with a money-back guarantee. Any order may be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund if it is defective or the wrong title or item or there is damage to the product, not the packaging. Other returns may be made during the allotted time and are subjected to a re-stocking fee of fifteen percent of the sale price and the standard shipping.
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