("Leda") Design for a Plate: Shame on Those Who Evil Think (Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense) ; cover illustration for the "Volpini Suite" entitled Lithographic Drawings (Dessins lithographiques)
Dessins lithographiques: suite of ten lithographs on zinc, sometimes called "the Volpini Suite" because they were shown " sur demande" "dans le local de M. Volpini au Champ-de-Mars" during the Exposition Universelle of 1889 (probably beginning June 10, the opening at Volpini's of L'Exposition de Peintures du Groupe Impressionniste et Synthétiste"
Paul Gauguin (French, Paris 1848–1903 Atuona, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands)
Zincograph, colored by hand with watercolor and gouache on chrome yellow wove paper; mounted on marbled paper applied to millboard (cover of print portfolio, trimmed)
Sheet: 11 15/16 x 10 3/16 in. (30.4 x 25.9 cm)
Rogers Fund, 1922
Not on view
Inscription: Inscribed in graphite below image: Dessins lithographiques / Paul Gauguin; inscribed in plate, printed in reverse: homis (sic) soit qui mal y pense. PGO / Projet d'asiet (sic) 89
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Artist: Paul Gauguin (French, Paris 1848–1903 Atuona, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands)Date: 1894–95Medium: Zincograph printed on imitation Japanese paper, published in L'Epreuve, March 1895Accession: 62.501.1On view in:Not on view