Beautiful poster by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in 1896. Created by the same hand that did the Moulin Rouge advertisement, this exceptional poster by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec demonstrates the artist's remarkable ability to capture moods and atmospheres, with astonishing psychological fidelity to his subjects, in what appears to be only a few broad, gestural strokes. Entitled "Debauched", this lithograph shows the obvious influence of the Impressionist master whom Toulouse-Lautrec most admired (and whose neighbor he was briefly): Edgar Degas. Similar in its "Japanese" influence, sketchy quality and narrative power, this moving scene comes to life without being overwhelmed by the artist's magnificent abilities.
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A. Arnould 7 Rue Racine Paris
Good condition, one fold
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