Toulouse-Lautrec

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901), leading late 19th century French artist, who developed an unconventional and dynamic style of painting and drawing, influenced by his classical, academic training as well as the Japanese and avant-garde artists of the time. Eventually he established a very personal unique approach to his work, forgoing anatomical precision and the rules of perspective to capture the essential nature of his subjects through expressive lines or just a few brief brushstrokes. He employed exaggeration and caricature to maximum effect, often combined with intense colours.

Toulouse-Lautrec spent much of his professional life in the bohemian quarter of Montmartre, documenting the dancehalls, nightclubs, cabarets, entertainers, and artists of the area. It was thus that he became a chronicler of the exuberant, decadent fin de siècle Paris – a subject matter that went particularly well with his energetic and unique artistic brand of art.

Series Description

This first series of PEPIN Correspondence Sets is manufactured in The Netherlands using only European FSC-certified materials. 

Each box contains 10 sheets of 4 different designs (printed on one side), making up 40 sheets of A5 writing paper (150x210mm/6”x8¼”). Included are 20 matching envelopes (10 x 2 designs), 8 greeting cards (2 x 4 designs) and 30 assorted stickers and labels.

  • 9789460094965
  • (box) 230x170x35 mm (c. 9”x 6¾” x 1½”)
  • 40 sheets (A5), 20 envelopes (C6), 8 greeting cards (A5 folded to A6) and 30 stickers and labels
  • € 29.95 | $ 38.99

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