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. The model for the debaucher was Lautrec’s painter-friend Maxime Dethomas (1868-1928)
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A. Arnould 7 Rue Racine Paris
Good condition, one fold
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