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.
This is a print on board, circa 1940, in the original wood frame. We have cleaned the frame and given it a coat of shellac so as to preserve it from further chipping, while maintaining the charm of the aged condition. The overall impact of this wall hanging is pretty terrific.
28" H x 22" W x 1" Deep
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On July 23, 1981, possibly in Seattle where it was eventually framed in wood with a double matt, this print was made. Was the artist... View full product details
Matted behind glass, metal frame, signed in plate and hand signed This is a beautifully matted and framed print of Umbrellas at Nikko, a lovely... View full product details
This small wall hanging features Paul Gauguin’s Arearia, mounted on wood and decopaged, circa 1950, by someone who assembled a small collection of masterworks (they... View full product details
An actual person, Aristide Bruant was the stage name of a famous vaudville-style Montmatre-area star in 1880's Paris. He was one of the first friends the... View full product details