Paul Gaugin made the observation that, “We never know what stupidity really is until we have experimented on ourselves.” The painter and sculptor, who was raised in Peru, began his professional life as a stockbroker in Paris, painted for nine weeks with Van Gogh in Arles, and died in a cabin on the Marquesas Islands, may not have been a master of morality, but was absolutely a master of color and form.

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