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|Ariside Bruant Ambassadeurs Original
Lithograph after Toulouse-Lautrec
|Ariside Bruant Ambassadeurs Lithograph
Framed and Matted
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Color lithograph on wove paper after Toulouse-Lautrec titled Aristide Bruant Ambassadeurs. From the 1897 Das Moderne Plakat version of this famous poster. A fine example in blue, orange, black, yellow, and olive.
Transcribed in 1897 from Lautrec’s 1892 full size, 3-foot tall poster designed to publicize the well known Cafe-Concert singer Aristide Bruant. Bruant sang at several Cafe Concert venues in Montmartre where Lautrec frequented, eventually moving closer to the center of Paris. The image shows an arrogant Bruant with a bright orange scarf and his trademark hat.
This image was published in the German volume Das Moderne Plakat, a collection of small format poster images for collectors. The series was published in 1897 by Verlag von Gerhard Kuhtmann in Dresden, Germany. Many of these impressions have not survived in good condition; many have not survived at all.
– Title: Ariside Bruant – Ambassadeurs
– Artist: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (after) (French, 1864-1901)
– Year of publication: 1897
– Image size: 8-3/4 inches H x 6 inches W (22 cm x 15 cm)
– Sheet size: 11-1/4 inches H x 8-1/4 inches W (29 cm x 21 cm)
– Frame size: 19-1/4 inches H x 16-1/2 W (49 cm x 42 cm)
Elegantly framed in dark wood frame with blue highlights that complement the image. Finished with fabric matte that contains contrasting orange pattern and gold filet outlining the lithograph image. All materials are acid free and archival quality. Set behind a UV resistant acrylic cover.