Henri De Toulouse Lautrec - Yvette Guilbert
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864–1901) was loosely associated with the Post-Impressionist movement, and best known for his extensive work in lithography and poster art. He moved to Paris in 1882, to study under academic painter Fernand Cormon with fellow students Émile Bernard (French, 1868–1941) and Vincent van Gogh (Dutch 1853–1890). Toulouse-Lautrec set up a studio in Montmartre (an area of Paris infamous for its nightclub)and began drawing its performers and the “low life” of Paris in the context of dance-halls, circuses, bars, and brothels.