Self Portrait with Halo and Snake1889 by Paul Gauguin

Self Portrait with Halo and Snake by Paul Gauguin presents the French Post-Impressionist painter's characteristically colorful palette. Of over 40 self portrayals, this 1889 piece remains Gauguin's most well-known due to its avant-garde composition and underlying religious themes, including apples and a snake.

This oil-on-wood painting can be found in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
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Media: oil on wood
Dimensions (h/w/d): 31 20 (79 51)
Location: National Gallery of Art , Washington, DC