At the musée Toulouse-Lautrec in Albi for the exhibition “Montmartre: fin de siècle’. Nearly two hundred paintings, drawings, posters and other printed materials from the collection of David Weisman and Jacqueline Michel celebrating the avant-garde artists who lived and worked in the Montmartre area of Paris at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries.
The collection is particularly rich in the works of Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Suzanne Valadon and Théophile Steinlen, the latter much involved in producing graphics for the famous ‘Le Chat Noir’ nightclub, which form an important part of the exhibition.
Théophile Steinlen ‘Le Chat Noir’ (1896)
Théophile Steinlen Part of the frieze ‘Cats and Moons’ (c.1895)
Henri-Gabriel Ibels ‘Mensonges’ (1893)
Charles Maurin ‘Prostituée en colère’ (c.1892 – 95)
Charles Maurin ‘Loïe Fuller (robe jaune)’ (1895)
Suzanne Valadon ‘Nu assis sur un Canapé’ (1916)
Suzanne Valadon ‘La Roue’ (1916)
Suzanne Valadon ‘Bol de fruits’ (1917)