Wood-block print, printed in black ink with traces of residual brown ink, with selective wiping, over solvent-thinned and transferred and stenciled yellow, orange, red, blue, and green oil-based media, some containing beeswax and conifer resin (probably pine resin), with touches of brush and black ink, on medium-weight, smooth, pink wove paper (faded to tan)
Marcel Guérin, L’Oeuvre Gravé de Gauguin (San Francisco, 1980), no. 26.
Elizabeth Mongan, Eberhard W. Kornfeld, and Harold Joachim, Paul Gauguin: Catalogue Raisonné of His Prints (Bern, 1988), p. 82, no. 18.
Gauguin: la Bibliothèque des Expositions (Paris, 1988), pp. 67-68, fig. 40g (ill.).
Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Gauguin: Tahiti (Paris, 2004), exh cat., pp. 167, 170, 377, cat. 114 (ill.).
Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa-Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Francisco Durrio (1868-1940): Sobre las Huellas de Gauguin (Bilbao, 2013), p. 220, cat. 9.
Paris, Grand Palais des Champs-Elysees, “Salon d’Automne,” 1906, cat. 143.
Paris, Association Paris Amerique Latine, “Exposition Retrospective: Hommage au Génial Artiste Franca-Péruvien Gauguin,” December 17, 1926, cat. 35.
Kunsthalle Basel, “Paul Gauguin,” July-August, 1928, p. 24, cat. 100 (1st ed.), p. 29, cat. 210 (2nd ed.).
Berlin, Galerien Thannhauser, “Paul Gauguin: 1848-1903,” October 1928, p. 15, cat. 186.
London, The Leicester Galleries, “Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Durrio Collection of Works by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903),” May-June, 1931, p. 6, cat. 15.
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, “The Art of Paul Gauguin,” p. 325, cat. 174 (ill.); shown only at The Art Institute of Chicago, September 17-December 11, 1988.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Intimate Encounters: Paul Gauguin and the South Pacific, The Edward McCormick Blair Collection,” September 6, 2003-January 11, 2004.
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts and Paris, Grand Palais, “Gauguin Tahiti,” 2003-2004, pp. 121 and 354, cat. 114b (ill.), cat. by George T. M. Shackelford and Claire Frèches-Thory; shown only in Boston, February 29-June 20, 2004.
Francisco “Paco” Durrio (1868-1940), Paris [Kornfeld 1988]. Sold by Walter Geiser, Basel, to the Art Institute, 1948.