A large & fabulous, vintage Gauguin print in a faux wooden bamboo frame; from the Australian National Gallery’s 1984 ‘The Great Impressionist Exhibition – Masterpieces from the Courtauld Institute Gallery London. Titled ‘Te Rerioa’ and painted by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) in 1897 during his infamous years spent in Tahiti, the original painting resides at the Courtauld Institute.
This beautiful print is backed with masonite board and sits in its original faux bamboo wooden frame, a few minor scratches have been touched up; the large size would be perfect for above a bed, console or as a wall feature piece.
Measures including frame: 70cm high, 94cm wide.
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