Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is one of the legendary artists of 19th-century Paris, famous for traversing the nightspots of the city’s Montmartre district, always with a sketchbook in hand. He was a [...]
In Articles, Artists & Special Collections, Francisco Goya, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste RenoirPosted
February 1913 marked a defining moment in the history of art. While the turn of the century empowered the aesthetic twists and turns of the European avant-garde in their countries of origin, the [...]
In Art Puzzles & Trivia, Artists & Special Collections, Francisco Goya, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste RenoirPosted
This week marks the 102nd anniversary of the opening of the The Armory Show, one of America’s most important art exhibitions. From February 17, 1913 to March 15, 1913, the International [...]
Peter Max and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, two artists celebrated by Park West Gallery, have inspired a family to transform their barn into a canvas. The Miami Herald tells the story of Curt [...]
From the Streets of Paris: Nineteenth Century Lithographs, Nightlife and the Development of Modern Advertising
Many have heard of the Belle Époque, the innocently idealized period in Paris before World War I, but few realize how much really happened during this time.
Today's artist birthdays.
More than 30 bold and subtle posters, prints, and paintings representative of the bohemian nightlife of late 19th-century Paris are presented in Café and Cabaret: Toulouse-Lautrec’s Paris at the [...]
In Art & Gallery News, Artists & Special Collections, Exhibits, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Japanese WoodcutsPosted
The Saint Louis Art Museum presents Japonisme in the Graphic Arts, an exhibition of 10 works on paper demonstrating the impact that Japanese color woodblock prints had on Western printmaking in [...]