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Lot 60 : EMILE GAUGUIN (French, 1899-1980)

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EMILE GAUGUIN (French, 1899-1980)
MAN WITH OPEN MOUTH
sgn. l.l. Gauguin, wooden sculpture, 21"h; 9.5"w; 7.5"d, titled on bottom
Emile Gauguin (Emile Marae a Tai) was the youngest son of artist Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) and Tehura, a Tahitian woman. In 1963, Emile was brought to Chicago by journalist Josette Giraud, where he began to paint and create his own works.

Estimate: $300 - $500


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