Gauguin: The Artist as 'Savage'
Paul Gauguin. National Gallery ofAn, Washrigion, D.C., Chester Dale Collection.
The Wilson QuarterlyIAutumn 1978
The great canvases of Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) hang in the world's major museums-the Louvre, the Tate, New York's Met- ropolitan, Washington's National Gallery. His sculptures, ceramics, watercolors, and other works are in collections in cities as diverse as Moscow and Manchester, Stockholm and Indianapolis. Last year an 1894 Gauguin woodcut, Te Faruru- IdOn Fait L'Amour, sold...