Sweden: Jan Forlag, 1947. with illustrations by Paul Gauguin. Near Fine Hardcover in a Very Good Dust Jacket. Text in French.
Facsimiles of Gauguin's notebooks with color plates; quarter buckram over paper boards, spine and cover with printed titles; Pictorial dust jacket. Bindings are tight and square. Text clean, Moderate age-toning. Modest shelf handling wear. The Dust Jacket was printed after a Gauguin design and is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve. The jacket has small loss at the top of the spine. Small folio; 12.5 inches tall; 204 pages.
Near Fine / Very Good. Item #012349
Gauguin documented his travel experiences during his first trip to Tahiti in 1893 in his journal, Noa Noa (Tahitian for fragrance) with a collaboration between his friend, symbolist poet Charles Morice and then completed the project during his second visit in 1895 adding numerous watercolors, woodcuts, and photographs to the journal. The jacket was printed after a Gauguin design.