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maxime dethomas

Maxime Dethomas was one of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec‘s besties. He was a real introvert, though, and was known to blush when he needed to speak up. 41 more words


Chicken Marengo and Toulouse - Lautrec

Every now and then, I cook a few meat dishes for the ‘export market’, reverting to retro classics, given that they freeze well and make for simple and nourishing meals that can be reheated easily.   699 more words


Museum moments #1

Hi there! Today I visited the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, and saw the Tolouse-Lautrec exhibition. It was quite great, worth to see if you are in Budapest and interested in arts.


mercelle lender

Today, we celebrate Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. A man who stood at the lofty four-six, Lautrec spent many a-night at the Moulin Rouge and other Parisian nightclubs.  122 more words


Food For thought: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

If any of you out there are into as art as I am you may find this post interesting. Granted it is somewhat random but it does meet the criteria of my blog as this fascinating and quirky artist did make me very very happy. 631 more words


La Buveuse Déjà Vu

This is something new, on occasion I will reintroduce an older poem with some brief information about the artwork that I selected for the piece.  I firmly believe that poetry should be read aloud, bringing it into being, much like a vocal or theatrical performance, with sound and rhythm.  704 more words

Field Of Thorns

Interview—The Fillmore Jazz Festival turns 30 this weekend and ARThound chats with its legendary poster artist, Michael Schwab

You’ve seen them across San Francisco— striking posters and banners featuring a wavy haired female vocalist in silhouette against a fiery orange background.  Her arms are outstretched and beckoning.  1,164 more words