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La Belle Époque of Toulouse-Lautrec on The Fine Books Blog

The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. will showcase nearly one-hundred drawings, posters, paintings, and prints spanning the career of French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901).  54 more words

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I'll be in Albi

When we moved to Toulouse back in April, we were told there were two great local spots to visit, only a quick jaunt outside the city:  Carcassone (to the south) and Albi (to the north east).   664 more words


Art: expression or impression?

It was the first speaking corner this year. We observed several paintings from Eduard Hopper and also the ‘Raft of the Medusa’ from Géricault, the ‘In Bed the Kiss’ from Toulouse-Lautrec and ‘The Starry Night’ from Vincent van Gogh. 127 more words


Playing with Crayons and Markers

Last week I got two gifts from some of my lovely colleagues for finishing a large project. They gave the perfect gifts for any 26 year old man: crayons and markers. 91 more words



After 24 hours of travel, with a small stopover to sleep I made it to Albi.(Needless to say I should have packed less as I encountered train stations without elevators or ramps and too far to go with too much stuff, but c’ est la vie.) 378 more words


Directo del MOMA, El París de Toulouse-Lautrec en Bellas Artes

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, artista y cronista gráfico del París del siglo XIX, considerado como padre del cartel moderno, llega con su obra a nuestro país en una exposición que explora las pasiones en más de 100 obras entre dibujos, fotografías, litografías, óleos y  filmes. 138 more words


Having done the Cine Paris to death

Having done the Cine Paris to death (4 times there yesterday alone), done the Fifth Avenue to death, not really sure what to do today; —to get myself in the mood for anything I mean.