Untitled Watercolor

Reputed to be the work of Gauguin

Since its discovery in 1975 several experts have examined the work. Though they are unable to make a definitive determination of its authenticity, most agree that it is a striking work that has all the earmarks of a Gauguin. Dr. Suzan Frohm, University of Fresno, has been attempting to wrest the watercolor from the governor of the island (a collector of Belauan minutia) for the purposes of scientific testing in the United States, but so far the governor has been unwilling to let it pass from his care. The governor is himself a talented painter. His imitations of the masters have earned him favorable notice throughout the western Pacific.

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Belau Belau || Father Lumino Guzman | Writing Specimen | Untitled Watercolor | Untitled Oil
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