Exhibition - Art Nouveau - Impressionism
Familiar with various Parisian closed houses, Toulouse-Lautrec stays in particular a great moment
in that of the street of Moulins, which he leaves the images of their residents in the salons or in their rooms.
If most "painters of modern life" show these "hotels" as places of pleasure and represent the type of prostitute like a popular figure,
Lautrec stands out by giving to see images without moral judgment and voyeurism.
It minimizes the erotic or vulgar aspect and implies subtly the Vénal Report
between the public girl and her client.
The artist suggests with modesty the ordinary daily of these
It is with great tenderness and humanity that he describes the intimate moments of these girls of joy.
G. Pellet Paris
Good condition, traces of folds
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