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Parau Hina Tefatou (Words between Goddess of the Moon and God of the Earth)

A work made of brush and gray wash and pen and brown ink (originally purple, est.), with black fabricated chalk, on heavily textured ivory wove paper.
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  • A work made of brush and gray wash and pen and brown ink (originally purple, est.), with black fabricated chalk, on heavily textured ivory wove paper.

Date:

1893/94

Artist:

Paul Gauguin
French, 1848-1903

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Artist

Paul Gauguin

Title

Parau Hina Tefatou (Words between Goddess of the Moon and God of the Earth)

Origin

France

Date

1893–1894

Medium

Brush and gray wash and pen and brown ink (originally purple, est.), with black fabricated chalk, on heavily textured ivory wove paper

Dimensions

342 × 248 mm

Credit Line

Gift of Edward McCormick Blair

Reference Number

2002.235

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