Toulouse-Lautrec. A 'giant' of French Post-Impressionism (19th century). His artwork captured the nightlife of bohemian Paris of the time. Residing In the Montmartre section of Paris, the center of cabaret entertainment and bohemian life, he painted the circus, dancehalls and racetrack, creating his strikingly original lithographic advertisements.
This cube includes the most well-known examples. Bold, lucid and profane, they capture the passionate vitality of Parisian joie de vivre. Fully illustrated storycard included, detailing the provenance of each image and information about the artist. Produced in collaboration with the San Diego Museum of Art. For another title of french post-impressionism, see our title Paul Gauguin.