Meissner-Neumann: Catalogue 6/1998
|GAUGUIN Paul (1848-1903), "Femmes, animaux et feuillages"
woodcut, 161x334 mm, mounted, undated, Prague (1930), unsigned, signed PG in the bottom centre (legible only on original print). This print belongs to a series of Gauguin prints created most probably in the years 1895-1903, the author himself took the blocks to Tahiti where they were discovered by M. R. Štefánik during his trip in 1910 and subsequently brought to Europe. T. F. Šimon printed this series after 1911 in Paris, later they were printed again in Prague around 1930, wood cut lenghtways 20 mm thick, restitution of the Waldes collection from the National Gallery in Prague no. 12886, author see: TB 13/268, M. Guérin, L'oeuvre gravé de Gauguin, Paris 1927
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