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Paul Gauguin: Tahiti

Nebehay, Christian M.; Klimt, Gustav

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ISBN 10: 3775707441 / ISBN 13: 9783775707442
Published by Hatje Cantz, Germany, 1998
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Title: Paul Gauguin: Tahiti

Publisher: Hatje Cantz, Germany

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Clothbound Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: New

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This beautifully printed volume devoted to the works completed during Paul Gaugin's first sojourn in Tahiti features over fifty examples of the painting, sculptures, watercolors, drawings, and prints created throughout this pivotal stage.

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Filled with more than 60 beautiful color reproductions and 20 black-and-white photographs, this well-documented book wasoriginally published to accompany an exhibition at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart in Germany. Editor Becker, curator of 19th-century painting and sculpture at the museum, has compiled four topical essays, written in a matter-of-fact style, which are complemented by a biography, a bibliography, and a catalog of works. Becker's own 85-page "Gauguin and Tahiti" is followed by writings on the artist's prints, his life before moving to the South Pacific, and "ethnological considerations." Gauguin produced some 800 works, so this publication is by no means a complete catalog. However, by concentrating on the most storied years of his life, the book becomes an excellent starting point for those interested in the vibrant world of Gauguin.?Jennifer L.S. Moldwin, Detroit Inst. of Arts Lib.
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