Paintings reproductions - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (born on 24 November 1864 in Albi, died on 9 September 1901 in Saint-André-du-Bois) is a French painter and graphic artist. He came from a rich family and was the fruit of an incestuous relationship between his mother and her cousin. This contributed to his disability. In spite of constant health problems, the young artist studied painting in the studios of famous academic masters, training his talent. After graduation he moved to Montmartre, where he was absorbed by the world of cabarets and night life.
The artist had the greatest passion for women, who he constantly immortalized in his paintings. His work, although enriched with many scandals, was appreciated already during the painter's lifetime. He was also recognized as the father of contemporary poster.
Selected works: Self-portrait in mirror, Gruba Maria, W Moulin de la Galette, Toilet, A la Mie, Passenger from the cabin 54.