The artist Louis Fabien had a friend named George, to whom he (and a woman, likely his wife) sent holiday cards. This happened at least four times from 1979-1985, which we know because George had the cards, and the personal note from the artist, professionally mated and framed. Maybe George just didn’t love the ones from 1980, ’81 & ’82? Whatever the case, they are lovely. The art itself is in terrific condition. The gold wood frame shows a few small marks, but nothing that detracts from the overall impact.
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15" W x 13" H x .75" D
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As was his wont, Toulouse-Lautrec captured the work-a-day glamour of the Moulin Rouge. La Goulue, center, was the most celebrated can-can dancer of her era.... View full product details
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