Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) was one of France's leading post-impressionist painters.
In 1891, Gauguin sailed to Tahiti (French Polynesia) to escape European civilization and "everything that is artificial and conventional". He spent most of his remaining years in Polynesia. His art was influenced by the culture of Tahiti.
18 mesh Zwiegart canvases with Gauguin Tahitian paintings optimized to be “stitcher friendly.”
Each hand-crafted canvas comes with a free art print (a $ 14.95 value) printed on archival paper which can be used as a stitching guide as well as a framed print.
Folded Notecards are available of all images on premium archival cardstock. Size: 4.62 x 6.25 inches (folded). Packages of 4 (with envelopes) at $ 9.95 per package.