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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, La loge au mascaron doré
 
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TITLE:  La loge au mascaron doré
ARTIST:  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864–1901)
WORK DATE:  1893
CATEGORY:  Prints and Multiples
MATERIALS:  Lithograph
EDITION/SET OF:  Edition of 100
SIZE:  h: 37.2 x w: 37.2 cm / h: 14.6 x w: 14.6 in
STYLE:  Impressionism
PRICE*:  Contact Gallery for Price
GALLERY:  Gary Bruder Fine Arts  +1-917-318-2134  Send Email
DESCRIPTION:  Crayon, brush and spatter lithograph with scraper. Printed in five colors. Edition of 100. Key stone printed in olive-green, color stones in red or brown-red, yellow, grey-beige, and black olive-green or black. Printed by Ancourt.

For Lautrec the theatre was to be found in the boxes as much as on the stage. One of his best-known inventions (The Box with the Gilded Mask) was a programme for Marcel Luguet’s play Le Missionaire (The Missionary), which had its premiere at the Theatre Libre on 24 April 1894. With its economical use of colour, this is one of Lautrec’s greatest achievements in the field of small-scale colour lithography. Printed by Ancourt, Paris, the bold composition was prepared with the sketch Dortu P.471, of almost identical size; Above left we see the profile of the English illustrator Charles Edward Conder (1868—1909), who had met Lautrec at the Moulin Rouge.

Condition:
Exceptionally fine condition. The red strong and vibrant.

ONLINE CATALOGUE(S):  Gary Bruder Fine Arts Inventory Catalogue
LITERATURE:  Wittrock 16, Delteil 16, Adhémar 72, Dortu P. 471
 
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