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Paul Gauguin: God's Child 

Scholars and critics celebrate Paul Gauguin's "Te Tamari No Atua," better known as "God's Child," painted in Tahiti in 1896. The Impressionist artist's unorthodox painting defied traditional representations of the Christmas Nativity.

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Ian Michael Jones

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Samuel West ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Waldemar Januzczak ... Himself - Writer, 'Gauguin: The Full Story'
Tamar Garb Tamar Garb ... Herself - University College, London
George Shackelford George Shackelford ... Himself - Museu of Fine Arts, Boston
Christopher Riopelle Christopher Riopelle ... Himself - National Gallery, London (as Chris Riopelle)
Sylvie Crussard Sylvie Crussard ... Herself - Wildenstein Institute, Paris
Belinda Thomson Belinda Thomson ... Herself - Author, 'Gauguin'
Nancy Ireson Nancy Ireson ... Herself - National Gallery, London
Richard Thomson Richard Thomson ... Himself - University of Edinburgh
Timothy Verdon Timothy Verdon ... Himself - Author, 'Mary in Western Art' (as Monsignor Timothy Verdon)
Nancy Mowll Matthews Nancy Mowll Matthews ... Herself - Author, 'Paul Gauguin: An Erotic Life'
Jim Wright Jim Wright ... Himself - Painting Conservator
John House John House ... Himself - Courtauld Institute, London
Gloria Groom Gloria Groom ... Herself - Art Institute of Chicago
Joachim Kaak Joachim Kaak ... Himself - Neue Pinakothek, Munich
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Scholars and critics celebrate Paul Gauguin's "Te Tamari No Atua," better known as "God's Child," painted in Tahiti in 1896. The Impressionist artist's unorthodox painting defied traditional representations of the Christmas Nativity.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tahiti, French Polynesia See more »

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Narrator: [Re Gauguin] The twin worlds of his childhood - the sacred and the exotic - burst to the surface in his art.
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