La Goulue Entering the Moulin Rouge By Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting On Canvas
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec made many dance-hall paintings in his entire career. Of the many Moulin Rouge paintings, the artist picked this as his personal favourite and best. “La Goulue Entering the Moulin Rouge” features Louise Weber, a Montmartre cabaret who was known by her nickname, “the glutton.” She is a star performer known for her appetite. This painting is characterized by form-flattening line, bold cropping and shallow spaces, inspired by Japanese woodblock prints, a technique earlier adapted by Edgar Degas, which Toulouse-Lautrec also employed in this work.
This is an image of the famous artwork. We will hand paint a beautiful reproduction of this masterpiece in the size below.
Size: 79 (h) x 59 cm (w)
31 in (h) x 23 in (w)
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Material: Oil Paint on Canvas
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