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Gauguin Reclining Tahitian Women Scarf

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Paul Gauguin, Reclining Tahitian Women or The Amusement of the Evil Spirit, 1894. The exhibition Gauguin: A Spiritual Journey at the de Young is dedicated to the work of Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) with an exceptional display of more than fifty Gauguin paintings, wood carvings, and ceramics from the renowned collection of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. In presenting these pieces alongside Oceanic art and Gauguin works on paper from the Fine Arts Museum's permanent collection, the exhibition explore Gauguin's inner quests and imaginings-his spiritual journey-and how his intimate relationships with his wife, other artists, and people he encountered during his sojourns shaped his experiences, his work, and his development as an artist.

This elegant and luxuriously soft, silk charmeuse scarf is a beautiful pop of color to bundle up into your coat or wear flared out as a shawl on a breezy day. Measures 68 x 19 in.

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