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Idyll in Tahiti, 1901

Idyll in Tahiti, 1901

Paul Gauguin

In September 1901, Paul Gauguin left Tahiti and took up his residence in the Marquises Islands. The reason of this move is still not clarified: while his admirers suggest that the artist was seeking a new stage to his artistic concerns, many historians have noted that his physical deterioration was so evident that his popularity among Tahitian girls was below zero, forcing him to long periods of abstinence. Anyways, Gauguin established himself in Hiva Da, the main island of the Marquises archipelago, in the lands owned by the Catholic Church. Just before his trip, he painted a beautiful farewell to Tahiti in his " Idyll in Tahiti".

Painting's original located at E.G. Buehrle collection, Zurich, Switzerland.

The painting will be delivered unstreched, rolled in protective & presentable case.