Princeton Art Museum Announces Gauguin Woodblock Prints Exhibition

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PRINCETON, NJ.- The Princeton University Art Museum will launch its fall 2010 season with an exhibition it is originating, Gauguin’s Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Prints (September 25, 2010—January 2, 2011), the first comprehensive look at this pivotal woodcut series. Paul Gauguin’s Paradise Remembered posits a new way of understanding a key body of work within the artist’s career, and by extension a new way of understanding this vital post-Impressionist artist

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Princeton Art Museum Announces Gauguin Woodblock Prints Exhibition

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