I know nothing about the inhabitants of this spacious New York apartment except they are wealthy, have eclectic taste, and a strong appreciation for Paul Gauguin's work, as I do. Perhaps they admire, like me, his strong, defining lines and bold beautiful colors. There is nothing subtle about Gauguin! They have obviously used part of their wealth to hire a good artist to recreate over-sized reproductions of some of his works. I think, because of the elements I mentioned, it works particularly well and I fantasize about seeing this glorious art represented this way in person! The works by Gauguin portrayed here are "Le Repas" and "Ferme a Arles." The photo of NY Central Park is by Michael Danser. All of which is in the public domain and found on Wikimedia Commons.