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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Eldorado: Aristide Bruant
 
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TITLE:  Eldorado: Aristide Bruant
ARTIST:  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864–1901)
WORK DATE:  1892
CATEGORY:  Prints and Multiples
MATERIALS:  Brush and spatter lithograph on wove paper in five colors. Lithograph printed in five colors. Keystone printed in olive green, color stones in yellow, red, blue and black. On one sheet of woven paper. Text by the artist.
MARKINGS:  Eldorado/aristide/Brunat/dans/son cabaret, artist’s monogram lower right, printer’s name and address lower right corner.
SIZE:  h: 56.1 x w: 39.1 in / h: 142.5 x w: 99.3 cm
STYLE:  Post-Impressionism
PRICE*:  Contact Gallery for Price
GALLERY:  Gary Bruder Fine Arts  +1-917-318-2134  Send Email
DESCRIPTION:  Lautrec designed this poster, at Aristide Bruant’s request, for his appearances at the concert café Eldorado on the Boulevard de Strasbourg. Lautrec used new stones for the drawing, with the same dimensions and the same color arrangement as in the Ambassadeurs poster, but the image is reversed. The management of the Eldorado disliked the design as seen in a letter by Lautrec, which may refer to the poster: ‘ Bruant, my good friend. Enclosed the states as requested. As far as the poster ex edition is concerned, there are no good impressions left. The Eldorado management was very mean, haggling over the price and giving me less than than the printing costs at Chaix. So I have misused our good relations to exploit me. It remains to be hoped we will be more careful next time. Bruant liked Lautrec’s poster Ambassadeurs, feeling it captured his image and character, and as it was so well received publically, he insisted it be used again for his performance at the Eldorado despite the management’s objections. Bruant was certainly aware of self-promotion and how duplicating his image would enhance his reputation and popularity.

Condition:
An excellent impression in very good condition. The colors strong and vibrant. The paper in good condition, save for minor flaws.

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