Have a nice dipping into the art with Toulouse-Lautrec! / Prophylactic self-isolation series. Day 205th.

Continuing my online course on illustration techniques by the painter and illustrator Adolfo Serra, I now have got some knowledge about French painter Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901).

I also found the official site of his foundation where one could find most of the paintings by Toulouse Lautrec in one place (external link): the complete works by French painter Toulouse Lautrec

Two works gained my attention, and I wonder how these days some women manage to transform themselves in between TWO roles: a weary housekeeper and a lightly walking lady!

I wonder how these days some women manage to transform themselves in between TWO roles: a weary housekeeper and a lightly walking lady!

Paintings by Toulouse-Lautrec

Elles-Woman-With-A-Tub
Femmes-En-Promenade

Later I watched the documentary about the painter (these days we read less, so, people make their great efforts to create visual content online:))

Documentary about French painter Toulouse-Lautrec

Good documentary I found only in Spanish, anyway, it is great to watch it even without knowing a language, as I did:)

PINTORES (Toulouse Lautrec) 1864-1901 – Documentales

Documentary about French painter Toulouse-Lautrec in Spanish

You may find a full biography of the painter on the Toulouse-Lautrec foundation website (external link): biography of the French painter Toulouse-Lautrec

Have a nice dipping into the art!

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