Paul Gauguin: Letters to His Wife and Friends.
Gauguin, Paul. Edited by Maurice Malingue. Translated by Henry J. Stenning.

Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, 1949. First edition thus. Very good octavo hardcover in orange binding without dust jacket. Wear and minor rubbing to edges of boards with light bumping to the head and heel of the spine. Bumping alos to the lower corners of the panels. Some light scuffing to panels including reddish line on front and back panels' lower edges. Name of previous owner and few notes on front free endpaper. Pages are lightly browned but not brittle at all. 255 pages with footnotes and appendices (chronology of Gauguin's life), and illustrations. A nice collection of the letters of the master Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin. (Item ID: 7636)


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