Toulouse-Lautrec is among the best-known painters of the Post-Impressionist period.
This lithograph is part of one series named "Elles" made by Lautrec in 1896. They are intimate portrayals of prostitutes.
This serie has been re-edited in smaller size to compose a book in 1951.
.For "Elles", Lautrec spent weeks living in a brothel situated at the rue des Moulins in Paris and created a series of images showing the daily lives of the courtesans. He described the milieu in which they lived and worked. This series has been one of Lautrec’s greatest achievements in lithography.
This stone lithograph is pencil numbered and museum stamped LTD edition. It wears on the back the certificate of Authentication.
REFERENCE NUMBER: LU825824668332
PERIOD: Late 19th Century
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 35.75" Width: 29.50" Depth: 1"
MATERIAL: Paper, Wood, Gilt
CREATOR: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Painter)
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: France