Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, ‘Douze Dessins’, 1947, Koller Auctions

From an unknown edition. Varying image sizes on vélin min. 36.8 x 27.1 cm, max. 46.5 x 32.6 cm. Published by Holbein, Basel. Printed by Albert Carman, New York. In original folder. 1 sheet missing.

Image rights: Courtesy Koller Auktionen.

About Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Renowned Post-Impressionist painter, lithographer, and art nouveau illustrator Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is famous for his depictions of French fin de siècle urban life. Working in his characteristic linear style, Lautrec frequently portrayed scenes from brothels and cabaret clubs, including the Moulin Rouge, where he had a seat reserved after producing a series of promotional posters for the club’s opening in 1888. Lautrec was influenced by the artists Edgar Degas and Édouard Manet, who shared with them a keen interest in the observation of social culture.

French, 1864-1901, Albi, France, based in Paris, France

Solo Shows

2017
Washington,
Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Époque
2014
Rue Royale Fine Art, 
Las Vegas,
Fin de siècle, le Moulin Rouge
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