Toulouse Lautrec The Moulin Rouge and the City of Light Accompanied by stunning reproductions posters and drawings a fascinating glimpse into the life of Henri de Toulouse Lautrec details how he overcame a childhood disease to become a legendary artist

  • Title: Toulouse-Lautrec: The Moulin Rouge and the City of Light
  • Author: Robert Burleigh
  • ISBN: 9780810958678
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Accompanied by stunning reproductions, posters, and drawings, a fascinating glimpse into the life of Henri de Toulouse Lautrec details how he overcame a childhood disease to become a legendary artist.

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    1. An oversized book and a nice little overview of Lautrec's short life (He died at 38 and was a prolific worker. ) I checked these books out mainly to go over the font styles again for future posters. I have read of his life in my past, and again not that long ago. One of the more fascinating contemporary periods in recent world life. Life's bazaar.

    2. I picked up this book first after reading Christopher Moore's book "Sacre Bleu: A Comedy d'Arte" because I was fascinated with Moore's interpretation of Henri Toulouse-Latrec and wanted to find out more. Before delving into a thick academic book, which I also got, I decided to see how a children's nonfiction author would handle the artist. I was honestly wondering if would be possible to pull a book like this off, especially as a book for older elementary school children, without going into a di [...]

    3. Being one of my favorite painters, I feel Burleigh captured the life/society of Lautrec as thoroughly as he could have for the age group this book is written for. Loved the photos from the time and, of course, the intro to this artist's works.

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