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Home Marketplace Giclee Print - Brittany Landscape 1879
Home Marketplace Giclee Print - Brittany Landscape 1879
"This gallery-wrapped landscape print on canvas is a reproduction of Paul Gauguin's ""Brittany Landscape"" (1879). Gauguin mostly painted landscapes from the country and used vivid colors and expressive brushstrokes. His ""Brittany Landscape"" is a good representation of his earlier work. The style is still synonymous with Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, which is evident in fluid brushstrokes and the colors that bleed into one another. One of the leading artists of the Post-Impressionism movement, he specialized in country scenes and later in landscapes of Tahiti, where he spent the majority of his career. He was an important figure in the Symbolist movement. His work functions as a bridge to such movements as Primitivism, Symbolism, Synthetism and the return to pastoral subjects."
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Japanese for Beginners
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Japanese for Beginners
"Let ThinkGeek help you prepare for your anime pilgrimage to Tokyo. For the uninitiated, Japan is like a futuristic otaku Disneyland with beer vending machines. But... you may need some language skillz and ThinkGeek has a fine shirt to assist with your schooling. You probably have heard that Japanese is a difficult language to master... however we have it on good authority from Timmy (the faithful ThinkGeek monkey mascot) that Japanese is easier to learn than Leetspeak. Timmy speaks Japanese and Leet perfectly... but sadly we can't seem to understand his English. Here is the secret skinny from Timmy; many handy Japanese words are actually borrowed from English but changed slightly to match the syllable sounds of the Japanese language. Now take a closer look at the Japanese for Beginners shirt. It provides all the useful Japanese words you may need in an easy to pronounce and accurate format. Amazing eh? Don't thank us, just send lots of Japanese biru... and remember the Japanese word for ""food"" isn't ""foodu"" it's ""tabemono"". 100% cotton, heavyweight t-shirt in blue dusk with handy Japanese language guide on the front."

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