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Te po (The Night) from the Noa Noa Suite

A work made of wood-block print, printed twice in brown and black inks, with selective wiping, and hand-applied red, two tones of orange, yellow, two tones of blue, silver-gray, and black watercolor, on cream laid japanese paper laid down on cream wove japanese paper (a laminate made by the artist).
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  • A work made of wood-block print, printed twice in brown and black inks, with selective wiping, and hand-applied red, two tones of orange, yellow, two tones of blue, silver-gray, and black watercolor, on cream laid japanese paper laid down on cream wove japanese paper (a laminate made by the artist).

Date:

1893/94

Artist:

Paul Gauguin
French, 1848-1903

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Paul Gauguin

Title

Te po (The Night) from the Noa Noa Suite

Place

France (Artist's nationality:)

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1893–1894

Medium

Wood-block print, printed twice in brown and black inks, with selective wiping, and hand-applied red, two tones of orange, yellow, two tones of blue, silver-gray, and black watercolor, on cream laid Japanese paper laid down on cream wove Japanese paper (a laminate made by the artist)

Inscriptions

Monogrammed upper left, in image: "P G O"

Dimensions

Image: 20.4 × 35.5 cm (8 1/16 × 14 in.); Sheet: 20.7 × 35.8 cm (8 3/16 × 14 1/8 in.)

Credit Line

Clarence Buckingham Collection

Reference Number

1948.253

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