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Artist: Paul Gauguin
“La Femme aux Figues”
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Southampton, NY
Original etching and lavis in black ink on Arches watermarked crème laid paper by Paul Gauguin. Titled: “La Femme aux Figues” (The Woman with Figs). This impression is from the 3rd s...
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1970s Academic Paul Gauguin Art

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Archival Paper, Etching

La Femme aux Figures
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Detroit, MI
Etched print in black on cream laid paper. Excellent condition.
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1890s Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin Art

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Etching

LA ORANA MARIA (HAIL MARY)
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Santa Monica, CA
PAUL GAUGUIN (French 1848 - 1903) LA ORANA MARIA (HAIL MARY) 1894/5 (Mongan/Kornfield 27B:Guerin 51) Transfer zincograph on coarse-grained transfer paper, in...
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1890s Modern Paul Gauguin Art

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Lithograph

DEAUX FEMMES MAORIES ACCROUPIES
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Santa Monica, CA
PAUL GAUGUIN (French 1848 - 1903) DEAUX FEMMES MAORIES ACCROUPIES. 1894-5 (Kornfield 26: Guerin 87 ) Zincograph (Lithograph) on smooth, cream imitation Japan paper, edition 200. Pu...
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1890s French School Paul Gauguin Art

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Lithograph

Te Arii Vahine - Opoi / La femme aux mangos - Fatigué
By Paul Gauguin
Located in London, GB
Paul Gauguin Te Arii Vahine - Opoi La femme aux mangos - Fatigué 1898 Woodcut, Edition of 30 Paper size 18.5 x 28.2 cms (7 1/4 x 11 ins) Image size 16 x 28.2 cms (6 1/4 x 11 ins) Co...
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1890s Paul Gauguin Art

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Woodcut

L'Univers est créé
By Paul Gauguin
Located in London, GB
Gauguin came back to Paris in August 1893 from his first stay in Tahiti, In the luggage numerous drawings and preparatory work for a book designed by him. In collaboration with the writer Charles Morice, parts of the text "NOA NOA" were created in Paris in the winter of 1893-1894. The plan was for a preferred edition with 10 almost identical woodcuts, all of which were made in the winter of 1893-1894. According to the individual proto-prints by Gauguin, the artist left the artist to Louis Roy...
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1890s Paul Gauguin Art

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Woodcut

Titre pour "Le Sourire"
By Paul Gauguin
Located in London, GB
Paul Gauguin Titre pour "Le Sourire" 1899 Woodcut Paper size 13.8 x 21.9 cms (5 1/2 x 8 5/8 ins) Image size 10.5 x 20.8 cms (4 1/8 x 8 1/8 ins) Kornfeld 61 Signed in lower left corn...
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1890s Paul Gauguin Art

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Woodcut

"Projet D'Assiette, " from first ed. of 50 Original Zincographie by Paul Gauguin
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Projet D'Assiette" is an original zincographie print by Paul Gauguin. It is from the first edition of 50, created in 1889. 18 7/8" x 13" art 24 3/4" x 21" framed Paul Gauguin (1...
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Late 19th Century Paul Gauguin Art

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Black and White

She is Haunted by a Spirit (Manu Tupapau)
By Paul Gauguin
Located in Roma, IT
Second edition signed in 1921 by the Artist's son Pola Gauguin: lower left “Paul Gauguin fait”, lower left “Pola Gauguin imp”. Superb copy in perfect conditions printed on China pa...
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1890s Modern Paul Gauguin Art

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Woodcut

Fleurs Dans Un Vase Avec Partition Musicale By Paul Gauguin
By Paul Gauguin
Located in New Orleans, LA
Paul Gauguin 1848-1903 French Fleurs dans un vase avec partition musicale (Flowers in vase with musical score) Signed “P. Gauguin 74/76” (lower right) Oil on canvas Early works b...
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19th Century Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin Art

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Canvas, Oil

Maruru
By Paul Gauguin
Located in San Francisco, CA
Original woodcut printed in black ink on chine volant paper Titled and signed in the block with the artist’s monogram lower right MARURU  PGO. A superb impression of the definitive...
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1890s Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin Art

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Woodcut

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Condition: Excellent Image size: 4.1/16 x 6 inches Sheet size: 6 1/16 x 9 inches Reference: Morgan, Kornfeld, Joachim 62, only state, posthumous printing Guerin 81 Paul Gauguin French painter Paul Gauguin, in full Eugène-Henri-Paul Gauguin, (born June 7, 1848, Paris, France—died May 8, 1903, Atuona, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia), French painter, printmaker, and sculptor who sought to achieve a “primitive” expression of spiritual and emotional states in his work. The artist, whose work has been categorized as Post-Impressionist, Synthetist, and Symbolist, is particularly well known for his creative relationship with Vincent van Gogh as well as for his self-imposed exile in Tahiti, French Polynesia. His artistic experiments influenced many avant-garde developments in the early 20th century. Beginnings Gauguin’s father was a journalist from Orléans, and his mother was of French and Peruvian descent. After Napoleon III’s coup d’état in 1848, Gauguin’s father took the family to Peru, where he planned to establish a newspaper, but he died en route, and Gauguin’s mother stayed with her children on the Lima estate of her uncle for four years before taking the family back to France. At age 17 Gauguin enlisted in the merchant marine, and for six years he sailed around the world. His mother died in 1867, leaving legal guardianship of the family with the businessman Gustave Arosa, who, upon Gauguin’s release from the merchant marine, secured a position for him as a stockbroker and introduced him to the Danish woman Mette Sophie Gad, whom Gauguin married in 1873. Gauguin’s artistic leanings were first aroused by Arosa, who had a collection that included the work of Camille Corot, Eugène Delacroix, and Jean-François Millet, and by a fellow stockbroker, Émile Schuffenecker, with whom he started painting. Gauguin soon began to receive artistic instruction and to frequent a studio where he could draw from a model. In 1876 his Landscape at Viroflay was accepted for the official annual exhibition in France, the Salon. He developed a taste for the contemporary avant-garde movement of Impressionism, and between 1876 and 1881 he assembled a personal collection of paintings by such figures as Édouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, and Johan Barthold Jongkind. Gauguin met Pissarro about 1874 and began to study under the supportive older artist, at first struggling to master the techniques of painting and drawing. In 1880 he was included in the fifth Impressionist exhibition, an invitation that was repeated in 1881 and 1882. He spent holidays painting with Pissarro and Cézanne and began to make visible progress. During this period he also entered a social circle of avant-garde artists that included Manet, Edgar Degas, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Gauguin lost his job when the French stock market crashed in 1882, an occurrence he saw as a positive development, because it would allow him to “paint every day.” In an attempt to support his family, he unsuccessfully sought employment with art dealers, while continuing to travel to the countryside to paint with Pissarro. In 1884 he moved his family to Rouen, France, and took odd jobs, but by the end of the year, the family moved to Denmark, seeking the support of Mette’s family. Without employment, Gauguin was free to pursue his art, but he faced the disapproval of his wife’s family; in mid-1885 he returned with his eldest son to Paris. Gauguin participated in the eighth and final Impressionist exhibition in 1886, showing 19 paintings and a carved wood relief. His own works won little attention, however, being overshadowed by Georges Seurat’s enormous A Sunday on La Grand Jatte—1884 (1884–86). Frustrated and destitute, Gauguin began to make ceramic vessels for sale, and that summer he made a trip to Pont-Aven in the Brittany region of France, seeking a simpler and more frugal life. After a harsh winter there, Gauguin sailed to the French Caribbean island of Martinique with the painter Charles Laval...
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Contes Barbares-Poster. Haddad's Fine Arts.
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PAUL GAUGUIN The Seaweed Harvesters 27.5" x 31.5" poster 1988 Neutral
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