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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec "Mademoiselle Marcelle Lender" Lithograph


Reminiscent of the Japanese wood block prints that he so admired, this stunning lithograph portrayal of Mademoiselle Marcelle Lender by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec demonstrates not only the beauty of the subject but also the technical expertise of the artist. Executed in eight different tones and three different printing techniques this lithograph demonstrates the height of technical capabilities and sensitive artistry that can be found in Toulouse-Lautrec's repertoire.

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Item #: ML-19931 
Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 
Circa: 1895 
Dimensions: 14" height, 10.5" width 
Materials: Lithograph paper, Giltwood gesso frame 
Exhibition History: Lithograph printed in color from the regular edition of 1100 published in Pan, on wove paper, printed by Ancourt, Paris, published by Pan, Berlin

Though it is clear from his kind portrayal of Mademoiselle Lender that the artist felt some affinity for her, it was made equally clear that the sentiments were not returned. The subject of this lithograph is quoted as saying of Toulouse-Lautrec, "What a horrible man! He is very fond of me, but as far as the portrait... you can have it!"