"Fatata te Miti" by Paul Gauguin
In search of a simpler life, Paul turns his back on civilization and moves to Tahiti. Inspired by fresh air, fresh fruit, and friendly female natives, he produces many fine paintings that bring him some fame but no fortune. In case you don’t speak Tahitian the title of this painting roughly translates to “Another Day in Paradise – Clothing optional”. Shacked up with a young girlfriend, in a bamboo hut and living off the land, he was poor but happy. Sadly this wont last as his “days of wine and roses” catch up to him. Caution: this doesn’t end well.