Paul Gauguin, ‘L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux)’, 1888, de Young Museum
Paul Gauguin, ‘L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux)’, 1888, de Young Museum
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Paul Gauguin

L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux), 1888

Beige chalk under charcoal with stumping, with salmon-colored pastel, heightened with white chalk on beige wove paper
22 1/10 × 19 2/5 in
56.1 × 49.2 cm
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San Francisco
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Paul Gauguin
French, 1848–1903
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A pioneer of the Symbolist art movement in France, Paul Gauguin is renowned for his “savage” art …

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A pioneer of the Symbolist art movement in France, Paul Gauguin is renowned for his “savage” art depicting sumptuous Tahitian women, nude bathers and haystacks in the Breton landscape, and decorative door panels around his hut on the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia. Although Gauguin began his artistic career …

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Paul Gauguin, ‘L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux)’, 1888, de Young Museum
Paul Gauguin, ‘L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux)’, 1888, de Young Museum
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Paul Gauguin
French, 1848–1903
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A pioneer of the Symbolist art movement in France, Paul Gauguin is renowned for his “savage” art …

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A pioneer of the Symbolist art movement in France, Paul Gauguin is renowned for his “savage” art depicting sumptuous Tahitian women, nude bathers and haystacks in the Breton landscape, and decorative door panels around his hut on the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia. Although Gauguin began his artistic career …

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Paul Gauguin

L'arlésienne, Mme. Ginoux (The Woman from Arles, Madame Ginoux), 1888

Beige chalk under charcoal with stumping, with salmon-colored pastel, heightened with white chalk on beige wove paper
22 1/10 × 19 2/5 in
56.1 × 49.2 cm
Permanent collection
location
San Francisco
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