This Toulouse-Lautrec Scarf is based on the artist's bold Montmartre inspired lithographs. During the 1890s, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864 - 1901) virtually reinvented lithography, a printmaking medium that had been introduced in France a century earlier. His famed posters and prints, made to publicize Parisian performers and nightspots, including the Moulin Rouge, demonstrate Lautrec's dramatically expressive command of the lithographic medium, which he placed in the service of the popular press and the Parisian entertainment industry.
Silk satin. Imported. 64'' x 14''.