Tropical landscape inspired by Gauguin

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Here we have a tropical landscape in the style of Gauguin, with stylized shapes, precise outlines, unnatural contrasting colors, and solid colors. These designs were created by the students of 9th grade, after studying the works of Paul Gauguin, especially the landscapes he had painted when he was in the South Seas. The design was copied from a photograph in black and white, simplifying the images as much as possible. The outlines were retouched with a felt tip pen, to give more emphasis to the lines of the drawing. The landscape has been colored with felt tip pens in unnatural colors and solid colors. The last touch has been to cover the colors by superimposing light shades made in pencils.

























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