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Perfect Square: Tolouse Lautrec

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Despite his physical handicap, Henry Toulouse Lautrec -- fascinated by life in the cafis, cabarets, dance halls, and bordellos around Montmartre -- became one of the great portrayers of the human figure. Possessed of the astonishing ability to understand the conditions of the socially ostracized milieu, he was able to look behind the facade of a crumbling bourgeois civiliz ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published March 6th 2006 by Numen (first published January 1st 2000)
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Tatiana
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This small book presents some of the most unknown paintings and drawings by Lautrec, and the few words aim at describing the artworks and the artist's approach rather than detailing his life. Limited but interesting.
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