A fin de siecle legend: decoration of the booth of La Goulue, 1895, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Albi 1864-Malrome 1901)

France, 1992

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Episode of Series “Palettes”.
La Goulue, the celebrated cancan dancer and queen of late night Paris during the Belle Epoque, asked her friend Toulouse-Lautrec to paint two panels to decorate her carnival booth. The artist’s two largest canvases were to have an extraordinary destiny. This video describes the panels in detail and the techniques which Lautrec used to paint them, as well as setting them in their artistic and social context.

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director

Alain Jaubert

production company

Musee D'Orsay

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La Sept

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00:30:00:00

Production places
France
Production dates
1992

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Palettes

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Palettes

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