Word and Image in France, 1880–1926
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Illustrations Fig. 1 Paul Gauguin, Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé (1891), printed 1919, etching, drypoint and engraving in brown on cream Japanese paper, 18.3 × 14.5 cm (plate); 33 × 24 cm (sheet), The Albert H. Wolf Memorial Collection, 1935.46, The Art Institute of Chicago. Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago. Fig. 2 Paul Gauguin, Soyez Symboliste (portrait of Jean Moréas), illustration in La Plume (1 January 1891). Fig. 3 Emile Cohl, ‘La Poésie en 1886’, illustration in Le Charivari ( June 1891). Fig. 4 Paul Gauguin, Soyez amoureuses vous serez heureuses (Be In Love and You Will Be Happy) (1889), carved and painted linden wood, 95 × 72 x 6.4 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Arthur Tracy Cabot Fund, 57.582. Photograph © 2011 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Fig. 5 Paul Gauguin, Soyez mystérieuses (Be Mysterious) (1890), carved and painted linden wood, 73 × 95 x 5 cm, Paris, Musée d’Orsay. © RMN (Musée d’Orsay) / Jean Schormans. Fig. 6 Front cover of La Plume (1 January 1891). Fig. 7 Le Corbeau (The Raven), poem by Edgar Allan Poe, translated by Stéphane Mallarmé, illustrated with 5 drawings by Manet. Lithograph, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, 1875. Fig. 8 Paul Gauguin, Manao tupapau (Spirit of the Dead Watching) (1892), oil on burlap mounted on canvas, framed: 92.075 × 113.03 × 6.35 cm; support: 72.39 × 97.4725 cm, A. Conger Goodyear Collection, 1965, Buf falo, NY, Albright-Knox Art Gallery. © 2011 Albright Knox Art Gallery / Art Resource, NY / Scala Florence. Fig. 9 Paul...
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