Paul Gauguin

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GAUGUIN Paul Te Fare Hymenee (copy For Monfreid)

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Paul Gauguin - Breton Women

Paul Gauguin - Breton Women

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Lot number: 176
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Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) Breton Women (Les Vielles Filles a Arles) lithograph, after 1889, the edition was circa 50, on wove paper, with full margins, 184 x 202 mm (7 1/4 x 8 in) Modern & Contemporary Prints Thursday 26 March 2015, 10.00am Bloomsbury London Bloomsbury House 24 Maddox Street London W1S 1PP Viewing Sunday 22nd March 2015 11.00am-4.00pm Monday 23rd March 2015 9.30am-5.30pm Tuesday 24th March 2015 9.30am-5.30pm Wednesday 24 March 2015 9.30am-7.30pm Day of the sale from 9.30am
Paul Gauguin - La Femme Aux Figues

Paul Gauguin - La Femme Aux Figues

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Lot number: 28
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Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) and Armand Seguin (1869-1903) La Femme aux Figues etching printed in greenish-grey, 1894, on simili Japan paper, a rich, tonal impression of the first state (of three), inscribed '56' (?) in pencil at lower right, from the edition of one hundred published for the portfolio Germinal by J. Meier-Graefe, Paris, with wide margins, the sheet previously folded in the margins on three sides, tape stains along the upper sheet edge, pale mount staining, the subject in good condition, framed P. 270 x 445 mm., S. 428 x 580 mm.
Paul Gauguin - Étude De Chats; Deux Têtes D'hommes

Paul Gauguin - Étude De Chats; Deux Têtes D'hommes

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PAUL GAUGUIN Étude de Chats; Deux Têtes d'hommes. Pencil and charcoal on cream laid paper, double-sided. 110x160 mm; 4 3/8x6 1/4 inches, full margins. With the artist's initials ink stamp (Lugt 2078, lower right recto and lower right verso). Ex-collection Maurice Exsteens, Paris; Georges Daniel de Monfreid, France; private collection, West Hartford. Sold "Paul Gauguin: Briefe--Graphik--Zeichnungen: Teile der Sammlung Georges-Daniel de Monfreid, Paris," Kornfeld, Berlin, June 18, 1970. With correspondence from Sylvie Crussard and M.B. Baranger of the Fondation Wildenstein, Paris, dated February 25, 1974; June 26, 1980; and August 1, 1980, requesting photographs of the drawing for an upcoming catalogue raisonné of Gauguin's works.
Paul Gauguin - Te Fare Hymenee (copy For Monfreid)

Paul Gauguin - Te Fare Hymenee (copy For Monfreid)

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Lot number: 211
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Lot Description Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) Te fare Hymenee (Copy for Monfreid) watercolour on paper 3 1/2 x 5 in. (8.7 x 12.7 cm.) Provenance Georges Daniel de Monfreid, France, by whom acquired from the artist. Galerie M. Rousso, Paris. Dr. Harold S. Lipschutz, Illinois, and thence by descent to his estate. Private Collection, Maryland, by whom acquired from the above. View Lot Notes >
Paul Gauguin - Te Atua

Paul Gauguin - Te Atua

Original 1899
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Lot number: 16
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Gaugin created this woodcut after he traveled to Tahiti in the early 1890s. There, he found inspiration in Oceanic art. The composition, in particular the placement of the central figure, is inspired by Oceanic sculpture. The title of the woodcut, “Te Atua” loosely translates to “God” or “The Gods” in Maori. Maori is closely related to the Tahitian language. Executed in 1988 and printed in 1955, this color woodcut on thin Japan paper is numbered in pencil HC, seventy-six from an edition of one hundred. The dimensions of the piece are 9 ½ x 9 inches. The piece is in overall good condition with no evidence of tears or repairs Paul Gauguin (French, 1848-1903) Paul Gauguin was born in 1848 in Paris of a Breton father and a Peruvian Creole mother. As a small child, Paul was taken to Peru to live with an eccentric but affectionate great-uncle, Don Pio Tristan until he was six, when his mother took him back to France. Lacking a formal education, he left the French Navy and settled in Paris, occasionally painting. There, he earned a comfortable living in a banking house. After meeting the painter Pissarro in 1883, Gauguin left the stock market and became a professional painter. With the help of Theo Van Gogh, Vincent’’’’s art dealer brother, Gauguin traveled to Arles to stay with Vincent at his request. Eventually Gauguin left Paris for Tahiti, which would up being the inspiration for what was to be many paintings, drawings and prints influenced by Tahitian art. Color woodcut on thin Japan paper France, circa 1899 (printed in 1995) Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) – French Post-Impressionist ‘Te Atua’’’’ Numbered in pencil lower right 'HC 76/100'; an hors commerce impression Printed by Luc Guérin, Paris Published by des Amis du Musée Gaugin, Tahiti Published in commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of Gaugin's return to Tahiti Kornfeld 53 Full margins Dimensions: 9 1/2 x 9 in. (24 x 22.75 cm.) Good condition This item is located in New York Detailed description Gaugin created this woodcut after he traveled to Tahiti in the early 1890s. There, he found inspiration in Oceanic art. The composition, in ... 104208 > Read more
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