In the 19th century, Pont-Aven was a small commercial town known for its mills and its port. In the 1860's, American painters settled in Pont-Aven; they were followed by hundreds of fellow artists from all over the world. It was in Pont-Aven that Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard met; it was this meeting that gave birth to an artistic revolution that made Pont-Aven known around the world. It all happened in a short period of ten years, but the repercussions are still being felt today. The caption at the bottom of the poster reads: \"The river at high-tide\".
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