To many, Paul Gauguin was a sensitive bohemian who found artistic awakening on a voyage to the South Seas. To others, he was a crooked cad selling tropical dreams to a clueless audience back in France. But how did Gauguin see other people? The National Gallery presents the first ever exhibition dedicated to his portraits—50 of them. —E.C.
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