French Neo-Impressionist Paul Gauguin painted Contes barbares (Primitive Tales) in 1902 a year before his death.
Riders on the Beach is based in Paul Gauguin's Tahiti, a place whose 'primitive' lifestyle he saw as an antidote to western pessimism.
Paul Gauguin's Te aa no areois which means 'the seed of the Areois', who are the historical local people of Tahiti.
Scout Attacked by a Tiger depicts in a forbidding dense jungle, a tiger seizing upon the scout in Henri Rousseau's so-called 'Naive' style.
French painter Henri Rousseau painted The Equatorial Jungle in 1909 depicting a far away jungle scene in the primitive style he is so famous for.
Tropical Landscape: American Indian Struggling with a Gorilla is a typical dreamlike landscape here painted in 1910 by Henri Rousseau.
French artist Paul Gauguin painted The Brooding Woman ('Te Faaturuma' in Tahitian) during his first period living in Tahiti in 1891.