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Gauguin Gaga

29 April 2009 No Comment

If you arrange the coconuts so, the aesthetic sense is commensurable or “tout à fait symétrique!” This eases the eye into believing it has achieved sensory fulfillment.

Gauguin knew he was full of crap but he had to tell the newsman from England something. He had come all this way to understand Gauguin’s plan for reaching a “higher existence” or his “Grand Scheme” so to say.

Ideally he wanted to scream at the man and make him sleep with Vainui, the fattest woman of the village. But he was lazy and simply wanted to be done and paint the silly coconuts. He took out a brush, dipped it in the burnt sienna and slipped into a reverie of island fever.

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