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Catching Spring

Catch spring’s wet kisses

upside down ballerinas

skirts in the air

Toulouse Lautrec liked to paint

girls throwing more than kisses

The Carpe Diem prompt is… 12 more words


Being a clown and a daring woman!

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was fascinated by this artist called Cha-U-Kao. She became one of his favorite models. She was a French entertainer at the Moulin Rouge and she dared to be a clown, a classic male profession. 17 more words

La Vie Moderne and Moulin Rouge Come to California

“Everyone has a fantasy about 1890’s Paris,” alluded the curator of graphic arts at the Portland Art Museum, who on March 1 explored the dynamic art and life of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec from circuses to the famed Moulin Rouge at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, the first museum in California to ever host an exhibition of the French La Vie Moderne style. 375 more words


Toulouse-Lautrec at MOMA

If you went to MoMA in the past few months, it was probably to see the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibit which recently closed. But there’s reason to return soon, and that’s to see… 216 more words


That awkward middle part

I have a midterm on Wednesday.

And an essay on Friday.

It’s not even that much studying compared to Finals week, but still it’s that time of the year when it’s getting harder to get up for my morning classes and make that last push before spring break – yes next week is spring break and it’s super early compared to other schools. 132 more words