Paul Gauguin

Landscape with Two Breton Women



Paul Gauguin - Landscape with Two Breton Women

Literature

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Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers, Van Gogh and Gauguin, Chicago, New York, 2001, p. 296, fig. 55



Provenance

Gauguin sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 23 February 1891, nr. 23 (nr. 24 in the procès-verbaux) to Ker-Xavier Roussel, (born 1867 - died 1944), Paris
owned jointly by Roussel, Paul Sérusier, Maurice Denis, Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard (born 1868 - died 1940), Frédéric Henry, and Julien Magnin
1905, acquired fully by Vuillard
1940, by inheritance to Vuillard's nephew (and Roussel's son), Jacques Roussel, Paris
1954, sold by Jacques Roussel to Georges Maratier for Jean Davray, Paris
1964, sold by Davray to Alex Maguy, Paris
1964, sold by Maguy to Harry and Mildred Remis, Boston
1976, partial gift of Harry and Mildred Remis to the MFA
2001, remaining interest passed by descent to Robert and Ruth Remis, Boston
2007, gift of Robert and Ruth Remis to the MFA, accession date 12 December 2007

External links

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession number 1976.42

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Paul Gauguin Taperaa Mahana
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Paul Gauguin Breton Women Chatting
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1886

Paul Gauguin Sunflowers and Mangoes
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1901

Paul Gauguin Young Christian Girl
Young Christian Girl
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Paul Gauguin
Landscape with Two Breton Women
1889
72.4 x 91.4 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated, lower left: P. Gaugin 89
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Gift of Harry and Mildred Remis