Gauguin: a retrospective

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Park Lane, Nov 1, 1989 - Art - 387 pages
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This large-scale, lavish book covers the vast scope of Gauguin's art with 125 color plates and hundreds of b&w illustrations. Comments from the artist's contemporaries and selections from his journal reveal the man and his work.

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Gauguin: A Retrospective

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A lavishly produced package, this large book includes color plates of all major aspects of Gauguin's workpaintings, ceramics, woodcuts, watercolors. Text is largely Gauguin's own writing on his life ... Read full review


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Prather is Curator of Twentieth-Century Art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

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