Moulin Rouge Toulouse Lautrec


Moulin Rouge Toulouse Lautrec



Moulin Rouge Toulouse Lautrec (France 1898)




Description / Expertise

The "Les Maitres de l'Affiche" series was offered as a subscription series to collectors. Every month for 60 months, from December 1895 through November 1900, subscribers received by mail, 4 loose sheets (Maitres) with a cover sheet. 
The "Maitres de l'Affiche," were issued as separate numbered sheets, referred to as "plates" (PL). They were numbered, with the printers name "Imprimerie Chaix," in the margin at the bottom left hand corner, "PL.1" to "PL.240." In the margin at the bottom right hand corner of each, is a blind embossed stamp from a design of Cheret's. Each overall plate measures approximately 11 3/8 in. x 15 3/4 inches. (29cm x 40cm). 
This print is the most wanted print by the great Toulouse Lautrec. 
Professionally framed. 


28cm wide   38cm high (11.02 inches wide  14.96 inches high) 

Signed / Inscribed / Dated

embossed stamp 


Private collection France 


Gallery Tiny Esveld
Frilinglei 9
2930 Brasschaat


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