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Secker and Warburg, London - first UK edition, 1972. hardcover, 9 3/8" x 6 1/4", with dust jacket. SBN 436 01725 3. Dust jacket is scuffed, slightly soiled, with short tears to top edge, but now in transparent protective covering. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Orange cloth bound boards with gold type to spine, 138 b&w photographs of Gauguin's work, chronology, reference notes, and index. In this searching biography, Andersen dispels at last the romantic haze surrounding Gauguin's life and career, presenting us with a realistic psychological portrait and a completely original and consistent study of the artist's intricate use of symbolism. Professor Andersen has made a thorough analysis of Gauguin's work, and of letters, documents, and other sources, and he has incorporated his interpretations of this material, much of which is new even to art historians.