Watercolor monotype from a paper matrix on cream laid paper
275 × 270 mm
Gift of Walter S. Brewster
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Haus der Kunst, Paul Gauguin, with essays by Germain Bazin and Harold Joachim, exh. cat. (Ausstellungsleitung München e.V. Haus der Kunst, 1960), p. 24, cat. 135.
Oberes Belvedere, Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903, exh. cat. (Österreichische Galerie im Oberen Belvedere, 1960), p. 42, cat. 58.
Richard S. Field, Gauguin: Monotypes, exh. cat. (Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1973), p. 66, 147, cat. 22 (ill.).
Richard R. Brettell, Françoise Cachin, Claire Frèches-Thory, and Charles F. Stuckey, The Art of Paul Gauguin, with assistance from Peter Zegers, exh. cat. (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C./Art Institute of Chicago/New York Graphic Society Books, 1988), p. 357, cat. 198 (ill.).
Marla Prather and Charles F. Stuckey, Gauguin: A Retrospective (Macmillan, 1987), p. 247 (ill.).
Britt Salvesen, Gauguin, in association with Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers, Artists in Focus (Art Institute of Chicago/Abrams, 2001), pp. 95, 110, no. 23 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Intimate Encounters: Paul Gauguin and the South Pacific; The Edward McCormick Blair Collection, exhibition brochure (Art Institute of Chicago, 2003), not in cat.
Françoise Heilbrun, “La photographie ‘servante des arts’“ in George T. M. Shackelford and Claire Fréches-Thory, Gauguin Tahiti: L’atelier des tropiques, with additional essays by Isabelle Cahn et al., exh. cat. (Éds. de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 2003), p. 59, fig. 11.
Starr Figura, Gauguin: Metamorphoses, with essays by Elizabeth Childs, Hal Foster, and Erika Mosier, exh. cat. (Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2013), p. 152, 157, 228, pl. 112.
Brooklyn Museum, Complete Graphic Works and Some Paintings by Gauguin, June 18–Sept. 18, 1938, no cat.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Gauguin in Tahiti, Apr. 1–May 14, 1950, no cat.
Munich, Haus der Kunst, Paul Gauguin, Apr. 1–May 29, 1960, cat. 135.
Vienna, Österreichische Galerie im Oberen Belvedere, Paul Gauguin, June 7–July 31, 1960, cat. 58.
Los Angeles, Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, Prints: The Image and the Means, Jan. 12–Feb. 16, 1964, no cat.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Paul Gauguin: Monotypes, Mar. 23–May 13, 1973, cat. 22 (ill.).
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, The Art of Paul Gauguin, May 1–July 31, 1988, cat. 198 (ill.); Art Institute of Chicago, Sept. 17–Dec. 11, 1988; Paris, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, as Gauguin, Jan. 10–Apr. 20, 1989 (Chicago only).
Art Institute of Chicago, Intimate Encounters: Paul Gauguin and the South Pacific: The Edward McCormick Blair Collection, Sept. 6, 2003–Jan. 11, 2004, not in cat.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, Gauguin: Metamorphoses, Feb. 25–June 9, 2014, cat. 112 (ill.).
Sold by Albert Roullier Galleries, Chicago, to Walter S. Brewster (1872–1954), Chicago, July 14, 1931 [Walter S. Brewster inventory of purchases, curatorial object file]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1949.
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