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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

GAUGUIN'S WRITINGS AND NOTEBOOKS
LETTRES DE GAUGUIN À SA FEMME ET À SES AMIS, recuillies, annotées et préfacées par Maurice Malingue. 2nd edition. Paris, Grasset, 1946. (Partially translated by Henry J. Stenning as, PAUL GAUGUIN: LETTERS TO HIS WIFE AND FRIENDS. London, Saturn Press, 1948.)
LETTRES DE GAUGUIN À DANIEL DE MONFRIED, précédées d'un hommage à Gauguin par Victor Ségalen, edited by Annie Joly-Ségalen . 2nd edition. Paris, G. Falaise, 1950.
AVANT ET APRÉS (1902-3). (Facsimile edition). Paris, 1910. (Translated by Van Wyck Brooks as The Intimate Journals of Paul Gauguin. New York, 1923. New edition. 1936.)
NOA-NOA (1804-1900). (Facsimile edition). Paris, Sagot-Le Garrec, 1954. (Also Berlin, 1926, and Stockholm, 1947.)
PAUL GAUGUIN: LETTERS TO AMBROISE VOLLARD AND ANDRÉ FONTAINAS, edited by John Rewald. San Francisco, Grabhorn Press, 1943.
ANCIEN CULTE MAHORIE (1892-93), edited by René Huyghe. (Facsimile edition). Paris, Pierre Berès, 1951.
RACONTARS DE RAPIN (1902). Paris, Falaise, 1951.
LE CARNET DE PAUL GAUGUIN, edited by René Huyghe. (Facsimile edition). Paris, Quatre chemins-editart, 1952.
CARNET DE TAHITI, edited by Bernard Dorival. (Facsimile edition). Paris, Quatre chemins, 1954.
ONZE MENUS DE PAUL GAUGUIN; menus propos de Robert Rey. Geneva, G. Cramer, 1950.
LE SOUIRIRE (1899-1900), edited by L.-J. Bouge. (Facsimile edition). Paris, G.-P. Maisonneuve, 1952.
LES GUÊPES (1899-1900). (Facsimile edition). Paris, G.-P. Maisonneuve, 1952.

MONOGRAPHS AND BIOGIRAPHIES
Arsène Alexandre, PAUL GAUGUIN, SA VIE ET LE SENS DE SON OEUVRE. Paris, Bernheim Jeune, 1930.
Emile Bernard. SOUVENIRS INÉDITS SUR L'ARTISTE PAUL. GAUGUIN ET SES COMPAGNONS. Lorient, 1941.
Charles Chassé. GAUGUIN ET LE GROUP DE PONT-AVEN. Paris, Floury, 1921.
Charles Chassé. LE MOVEMENT SYMBOLISTE DANS L'ART DU 19ME SIÈCLE. Paris, Floury, 1947.
Charles Chassé. GAUGUIN ET SONS TEMPS. Paris, La Bibliothèque des Arts, 1955.

Maurice Denis. THÉORIES, 1890-1910: DU SYMBOLISM ET DE GAUGUIN VERS UN NOUVEL ORDRE CLASSIQUE. 4th edition. Paris, Rouart et Watelin, 1920.

Pola Gauguin. MY FATHER PAUL GAUGUIN. New York, Knopf, 1937. Paris, Les éditions de France, 1937.
Robert Goldwater, PRIMITIVISM IN MODERN PAINTING. New York, Harper, 1938.
Maurice Malingue. GAUGUIN. 2nd edition. Paris, Les presses de la cité, 1948.
Charles Morice. PAUL GAUGUIN. Paris, Floury, 1919.
John Rewald. GAUGUIN. London, Hyperion Press, 1938.
John Rewald. PAUL GAUGUIN. New York, Abrams, 1954.
John Rewald. POST IMPRESSIONISM, FROM VAN GOGH To GAUGUIN. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1956.
J. de Rotonchamp. PAUL GAUGUIN. Paris, Crès, 1925.
Carl Sternheim. GAUGUIN UND VAN GOGH. Berlin, Die Schmiede, 1924.

CATALOGUES
Maurice Guérin. L'OEUVRE GRAVE. DE PAUL GAUGUIN. Paris, Floury, 1927. 2 vols.
RETROSPECTIVE GAUGUIN. Salon d'Automne, Paris, 1906.
GAUGUIN, SCULPTEUR ET GRAVEUR. Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, 1928.
GAUGUIN. Wildenstein & Co., New York, 1946.
GAUGUIN. Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris, 1949. With an introduction by René Huyghe and notes by Jean Leymarie.
PAUL GAUGUIN. The Arts Council of Great Britain, London, 1955. With an introduction and notes by Douglas Cooper.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The author and the publishers wish to express their gratitude to the museums, galleries, and private collectors who so kindly gave their permission to reproduce the works in their possession. An extra measure of gratitude goes to the following, for their helpfulness and interest: Mme. A. Joly-Ségalen, William S. Lieberman, Curator of Prints, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, John Rewald, and Vladimir Visson, of Wildenstein and Co.

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