This watercolor was executed by Gauguin after his 1896 canvas Te arii vahine, one of his first works after returning
permanently to Tahiti. He characterized the painting as "much better than anything I’ve done previously." The colors used
in this replica are different from those in the painting; they establish the watercolor as an independent drawing in which the
artist continued to explore color harmonies.


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