Three Tahitians, 1899
|Artist||Gauguin, Eugène Henri Paul||
This sort of composition, consisting of a close up of three figures without s setting, is exceptional in Gauguin’s work at this date. The two female figures are taken over from Maternite, 1896; figures in a pose similar to that of the woman on the right occur in Les Seins aux Fleurs rouges, 1899, Faa Iheihe, 1898 and Rupe Rupe, 1899.
|Institution||National Galleries of Scotland|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||73.00 x 94.00 cm|