A genius with remarkable powers of observation, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was drawn to the bohemian life that he loved to paint. Scenes from circuses, dance halls, nightclubs, and racetracks were spectacles he set down on canvas or made into lithographs. Thirty of the great Post-Impressionist's most ... read more
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A genius with remarkable powers of observation, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was drawn to the bohemian life that he loved to paint. Scenes from circuses, dance halls, nightclubs, and racetracks were spectacles he set down on canvas or made into lithographs. Thirty of the great Post-Impressionist's most famous works fill this splendid collection. Colorists can re-create or modify with their own hues such masterpieces as The Clowness Cha-U-Kao; Jane Avril; Moulin Rouge, La Goulue; The Jockey; and Divan Japonais. Captions included.
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