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Tag: Tahitian Women


AP / National Gallery of Art

Gauguin Painting Survives Viewer’s Assault

A visitor to the National Gallery in Washington apparently saw something she really didn’t like in Gauguin’s “Two Tahitian Women.” Last Friday, she allegedly rushed the lush image and set to it with her fists, to the alarm of onlookers and gallery staff.

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