Sun 26 September 2010, The Sunday Times

It’s art, chérie: how Gauguin justified sex-charged painting

By Richard Brooks
Paul Gauguin is almost as notorious for his sexual exploitation of girls in the South Pacific as he is famous for his paintings of them. Now the artist’s defence of one of his most suggestive works, written in a personal note to his daughter, is to be shown at a major exhibition of his works in London.
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