Paul Gauguin was a post-impressionist artist largely appreciated only posthumously. Gauguin spent many years in French Polynesia, during which he created many engravings and woodcut prints.
- Print shows a female seated by a river with another woman behind her with arms raised, about to dive in.
- Contrasting black and white, gestural, small detailed etchings
- Woodcut print
- Sense of movement
Please note that processing time for Museum Collection Prints/Mātātuhi mai i kohinga o Te Papa is 5 to 10 business days
Reproduction prints are as close as possible to the paper sizes available without compromising the aspect ratios of the original artworks