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Description: Aristide Bruant was a successful singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur who ran a cabaret in the Montmartre quarter of Paris. When he began performing at up-scale café-concerts on the Champs-Élysées, he immediately commissioned Toulouse-Lautrec to market his rough street persona in a manner that would appeal to a bourgeois audience. Seizing on Bruant's trademark costume of a wide-brimmed hat, cape, and red scarf, Lautrec designed a sparse yet iconic image that promoted both the performer's career as well as his own.
Edition Notes: 5 states mentioned, edition size unknown
Size: 50 x 36 7/16 in.
References: Adhemar page 15
Item created by: Jan on 2016-01-07 15:22:47. Last edited by gdm on 2016-01-07 15:33:18
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