Maruru (Offerings of Gratitude), from the Noa Noa Suite
France (Artist's nationality:)
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Wood-block print, printed twice in brown and black inks, with selective wiping of the brown, and hand-applied green, blue, two yellows, and pink watercolor on ivory wove Japanese paper laid down on cream laid Japanese paper (a laminate made by the artist)
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Société du Salon d’Automne, Catalogue des ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, dessin, gravure, architecture et art décoratif, exh. cat. (Compagnie Française des Papiers-Monnaie, 1906), cat. 142.
Association Paris–Amerique Latine, Exposition rétrospective: Hommage au génial artiste franco-péruvien Gauguin, with introductions by F. Cossio del Pomar and G. Daniel de Monfreid, exh. cat. (n.p., 1926), cat. 42.
Marcel Guérin, L’oeuvre Gravé de Gauguin (H. Floury, 1927; Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1980), cat. 24.
Kunsthalle Basel, Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903, exh. cat. (Kunsthalle Basel, 1928), p. 25, cat. 110.
Kunsthalle Basel, Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903, exh. cat., 2nd ed. (Kunsthalle Basel, 1928), p. 30, cat. 220.
Galerien Thannhauser, Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903, introduction by W. Barth, exh. cat. (Galerien Thannhauser, 1928), p. 15, cat. 196.
Leicester Galleries, Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Durrio Collection of Works by Paul Gauguin, exh. cat. (Ernest Brown & Phillips, 1931), p. 7, cat. 19.
New York, Bignou Gallery, Gauguin: First Trip to Tahiti, foreword by Carl O. Schniewind, exh. cat. (Bignou Gallery, 1939), cat. 8.
Elizabeth Mongan, Eberhard W. Kornfeld, and Harold Joachim, Paul Gauguin: Catalogue Raisonné of His Prints , with assistance of Christine E. Stauffer (Galerie Kornfeld, 1988), p. 110, no. 22.
Adam Biro, Gauguin: La bibliothèque des expositions (A. Biro, 1988), p. 66.
Art Institute of Chicago, Intimate Encounters: Paul Gauguin and the South Pacific; The Edward McCormick Blair Collection, exhibition brochure (Art Institute of Chicago, 2003), cat. 7.
Calvin Brown, “Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Woodcuts,” in Alastair Wright and Calvin Brown, Gauguin’s Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Prints, exh. cat. (Princeton University Art Museum/Yale University Press, 2010), pp. 33 (ill.), 131, cat. 21.
Javier González de Durana, Miriam Alzuri, and María Amezaga, Francisco Durrio (1868–1940): Sobre las huellas de Gauguin (Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, 2013), p. 219, no. 6 (ill.).
Paris, Grand Palais des Champs-Elysees, “Salon d’Automne,” 1906, cat. 142.
Paris, Association Paris Amerique Latine, “Exposition Retrospective: Hommage au Génial Artiste Franca-Péruvien Gauguin,” December 17, 1926, cat. 42.
Kunsthalle Basel, “Paul Gauguin,” July-August, 1928, p. 25, cat. 110 (1st ed.), p. 30, cat. 220 (2nd ed.).
Berlin, Galerien Thannhauser, “Paul Gauguin: 1848-1903,” October 1928, p. 15, cat. 196.
London, The Leicester Galleries, “Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Durrio Collection of Works by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903),” May-June, 1931, p. 7, cat. 19.
New York, Bignou Gallery, “Gauguin: First Trip to Tahiti,” January 3–14, 1939, cat. 8.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Intimate Encounters: Paul Gauguin and the South Pacific, The Edward McCormick Blair Collection,” September 6, 2003-January 11, 2004.
Princeton University Art Museum, “Gauguin’s Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Prints,” September 25, 2010-January 2, 2011, p. 33 (ill.) and p. 131, cat. 21.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Gauguin: Artist as Alchemist”, June 25 - September 10, 2017, pp. 31, 35, 52, 212, 218, cat. 153, cat. by Gloria Groom, et. al., traveled to Paris, Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais, October 9, 2017 - January 21, 2018.
Francisco “Paco” Durrio (1868-1940), Paris [Kornfeld 1988]. Sold by Walter Geiser, Basel, to the Art Institute, 1948.
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