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Current Location:
L. William Seidman Center -> 1st Floor (WSC)
Location Notes:
WSC; 1st fl., 1127 CEI, right of Work rm. 1101, across from the Office 1117

La Revue Blanche

Artwork
Identifier:
2012.36.20b
Credit:
GVSU Collection
Medium:
Giclée (Original is in the GVSU Permanent Collection)
Date:
2012
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 15.5 in Width: 11.25 in
Description:
Red haired woman in turquoise dress, fur shal and muf, and white hat with a tall dressing. Four colors are red, dark turquoise, bright green and black. Published in "La Revue Blanche", 1897.
Historical Context:
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a late 19th-century French painter, printmaker, draftsman, ceramist and illustrator whose artistic themes primarily derived from his involvement in the famed Montmartre district of Paris, a central hub for the Bohemian styles of art, philosophy, literature and theatre. He is considered, along with artists such as Cézanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin; to be one of the greatest painters of the Post-Impressionist period.