Discovery of Art: Toulouse-Lautrec
It was in his portraits of the diverse cast of the people of Montmartre that he could most freely express himself as a caricaturist, acclaimed in his lifetime as a poster designer and illustrator. It was only a few years after his death that he became famous as a painter. Lautrec is as under-estimated today as he ever was. Waldemar tells Toulouse-Lautrec's story in all its fascinating detail, celebrating the vibrant life and career of one of the world's most misunderstood geniuses.
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