Gauguin -- Vairumati -- 128x100cm


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Wall tapestry -- Vairumati -- by Paul Gauguin

Dimentions: 128x100cm (50"x39")

Composition: 70% cotton, 30% mix

Lined with plain cloth; beautiful finish

Rod pocket on the back for hanging

Made in Belgium


Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was a French Post-Impressionist artist and an important figure in the Symbolist art movement of the early 1900s.  

Vairumati is the Tahitian goddess, the original mother of the island, the mythical Eve from whom the Maohi people were descended. Gauguin depicted a young woman as the goddess. The white bird with the lizard in its claws is the Tahitian symbol of the ever-recurring cycle of life.

Gauguin repeatedly gave his paintings Tahitian titles, without having actually mastered this language.


Tapestry rod may be purchased on our website.


Reference: FTPFCGA01


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