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Paul Gauguin: Arlésiennes (Mistral)  wikidata:Q20272517 
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artist QS:P170,Q37693

Details of artist on Google Art Project
Paul Gauguin: Arlésiennes (Mistral)
Title
French: Arlésiennes (Mistral)
title QS:P1476,fr:"Arlésiennes (Mistral)"
label QS:Lfr,"Arlésiennes (Mistral)"
label QS:Lca,"Arlesianes (mestral)"
Object type painting
object_type QS:P31,Q3305213
Date 1888
date QS:P571,+1888-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on jute
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q107211,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 730 mm (28.74 ″); Width: 920 mm (36.22 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,730U174789;P2049,920U174789
institution QS:P195,Q239303
Current location
Accession number
1934.391
Object history
English:

Sold by the artist to Théo van Gogh for 300 Francs probably in the first half of 1889 [according to "carnet de l'artiste," 1888-1889, see Huyghe 1952, p. 223]; Émile Schuffenecker [according to Jeanne Schuffenecker, see Wildenstein 2001]; Thannhauser Galerie, Lucerne, c. 1923, stock no. 1167 [according to Wildenstein 2001]. James W. Barney, New York, c. 1929 [according to New York 1929 exh. cat.]. De Hauke and Co., New York, 1930 [according to Providence, R. I. 1930 exh. cat.]. Jacques Seligmann and Co., New York by 1931 [according to St. Louis 1931 exh. cat.; De Hauke and Seligmann may have owned the picture together since they were partners until about 1931]; sold to the Art Institute, October 26, 1934, using funds from the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larned Coburn Fund.


Exhibition history
English:

Berlin, Hugo Perls, De Delacroix à Gauguin, 1925, cat. 14.

Basel, Kunsthalle, Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903, July-August 1928, cat. 39 or 44.

Berlin, Galerie Thannhauser, Paul Gauguin 1848–1903, October 1928, cat. 30.

New York, The Museum of Modern Art, First Loan Exhibition: Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh, November 1929, cat. 40.

Providence, RI, Rhode Island School of Design, Modern French Art, March 11-31, 1930, cat. 14.

St. Louis, The City Art Museum, An Exhibition of Paintings and Prints by the Masters of Post-Impressionism, April 4-26, 1931, cat. 15.

The Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress: Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, June 1-November 1, 1934, cat. 302.

New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Cubism and Abstract Art, March 4-April 12, 1936., cat. 79.

The San Francisco Museum of Art, 1936, cat. 61.

The San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco supplement to the catalogue of Les Fauves, March 13-April 12, 1953, no cat. no. (shown in San Francisco only).

Paris, Musée de l'Orangerie, De David à Toulouse-Lautrec: Chef-d'oeuvres des collections américaines, March-August 1955, cat. 28, pl. 74.

Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Gauguin, Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Sculpture, February 12-March 29, 1959; traveled to New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, April 21-May 31, 1959, cat. 13.

Paris, Musée national d'Art Moderne, Les Sources du XXe siècle. Les Arts en Europe de 1884 à 1914. November 4, 1960-January 23, 1961, cat. 173.

The Cincinnati Art Museum, The Early Work of Paul Gauguin. Genesis of An Artist, March 18-April 26, 1971, cat. 18.

London, Royal Academy of Arts, Post-Impressionism: Cross-Currents in European Painting, November 17, 1979-March 16, 1980; traveled to Washington, DC, The National Gallery, May 25-September 1, 1980, cat. 86.

Albi, Musée Toulouse-Lautrec. Trésors impressionnistes du Musée de Chicago. June 27-August 31, 1980, cat. 29 (ill.).

Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario, Vincent van Gogh and the Birth of Cloisonism, January 24–March 22, 1981; traveled to Amsterdam, The Van Gogh Museum, April 9–June 14, 1981, cat. 55.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Van Gogh in Arlesv, October 18-December 30, 1984, cat. 127.

Washington, DC, The National Gallery, The Art of Paul Gauguin, May 1-July 31, 1988; traveled to The Art Institute of Chicago, September 17–December 11,1988 and Paris, Grand Palais, January 10–April 20, 1989, cat. 58.

Moscow, The Pushkin Museum, Gauguin in the Soviet Union, May-June 1989; traveled to Leningrad, The Hermitage, July-October 1981, cat. 11.

Tokyo, ASAHI Shimbun, Masterworks of Modern Art from The Art Institute of Chicago; traveled to Nagaoka, Niigata Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, April 20–May 29, 1994; Nagoya, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, June 10–July 24, 1994: Yokohama Museum of Art, August 6–September 25, 1994, cat. 19.

The Saint Louis Art Museum, Vincent van Gogh and the Painters of the Petit Boulevard, February 17-May 13, 2001, ill. p. 177.

The Art Institute of Chicago, Van Gogh and Gauguin: The Studio of the South, September 22, 2001-January 13, 2002; traveled to Amsterdam, The Van Gogh Museum, February 9-June 2, 2002, cat. 50.

Brescia, Italy, Museo di Santa Guilia, Gauguin–Van Gogh: L’avventura del colore nuovo, October 22, 2005–March 19, 2006, cat. 91, pp. 168–169 (ill.), 381–2.

Fort Worth, Tex., Kimbell Museum of Art, The Impressionists: Master Paintings from the Art Institute of Chicago, June 29–November 2, 2008, cat. 59 (ill.).

Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Becoming Edvard Munch: Influence, Anxiety, and Myth, February 14–April 26, 2009, cat. 104 (ill.).


Inscriptions
English: Inscribed lower left: P Gauguin. '88

Notes More info at museum site
References

Online database:

Catalogues raisonnés:

  • W.300: Georges Wildenstein, Gauguin : I. Catalogue, .
  • W.329: Daniel Wildenstein (2001), Gauguin: Catalogue de l’œuvre peint, 1873-1888, Paris: Seuil, no.  329.
  • S.144: Gabriele Mandel Sugana (1972) L'opera completa di Gauguin, Milan: Rizzoli, no.  144.
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