File:Paul Gauguin - Nave Nave Fenua from the Noa Noa Series - Google Art Project.jpg

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Summary

Paul Gauguin: Nave Nave Fenua from the Noa Noa Series
Artist
artist QS:P170,Q37693

Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title
Nave Nave Fenua from the Noa Noa Series
label QS:Len,"Nave Nave Fenua from the Noa Noa Series"
Object type Unknown
Date 1893 - 1894
Medium woodcut printed in colours on heavy japan paper
English: woodcut printed in colours on heavy japan paper
Dimensions Height: 365 mm (14.37 ″); Width: 203 mm (7.99 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,365U174789;P2049,203U174789
institution QS:P195,Q670250
Accession number
2005/64
Source/Photographer CgGZfqad_d5Gpw at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level

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