Filled with posters and lithographs and his writings, it was a museum that any Lautrec fan would enjoy for hours.
Lautrec himself was so severely handled and wounded that he was thought to be dead.
Lautrec had personal as well as artistic reasons for choosing this sphere.
Lautrec himself caught the infection, and died on the 15th of August 1528.
Lautrec was an indefatigable worker, but his pictures possess little of the surface beauty of a Degas.
Lautrec the brother of Franoise, and despised by Bourbon, is named the governor.
Lautrec found an occasion for addressing the king, and complained vehemently of "the black looks he gave him."
Most of us, on the other hand, could paper a room with posters of Lautrec alone.
The French general Lautrec had said, "There will be nothing left of the pope but his ears."
Guilbert has strongly attracted Lautrec, and that he has frequently made her the subject of his work.