Vibrant walls with classic wall murals
Our homes can be considered to be our little sanctuary. thus , giving it an upgrade may be one of the best gifts that you can give yourself and your family. If you are thinking of the best way on how to level up your home or space, Photowall has the best solution for your decorating project. With tons of designs to choose from, you will surely be able to successfully achiever the interior appearance that you will love.
Henri De Toulouse Lautrec wall murals are some of the designs that will surely be able to make a difference in your home or any space for that matter. One of the classical artists who have contributed significantly to the world of art, his works are among the favorites by homeowners and other space dwellers to add texture on their walls.
The images depict rather interesting and somehow mysterious artworks that can make your interior vibrant and attractive. With impressive works from one of the best - known painters of the Post - Impressionist period, your home will have some of the best collections that you will ever have.
With designs such as Women at her Toilet, Clowness Looks Around, Lautrec’s Self Portrait, your walls will certainly have a beautiful appearance that can create a wonderful focal point that will be loved by your family and friends.
About Henri De Toulouse Lautrec
Henri De Toulouse Lautrec (1864 - 1901) was a French painter, printmaker, draughtsman, caricaturist, and illustrator, whose experiences and exposure in the theatrical life of Paris in the late 19th century allowed him to produce a collection of enticing, elegant, and provocative images of the modern and decadent affairs during those years.
He was among the best known painters of the Post - Impressionist period with Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh, and Paul Gauguin.
Unfortunately, Lautrec was mocked for his short stature and physical appearance, which made him to become an alcoholic. He also frequented prostitutes due to his fascination to their lifestyle and lifestyle of the urban underclass and incorporated those characters into his paintings.
Lautrec was also a fine cook who also created a collection of his favorite recipes. Eventually, these were published by his friend and dealer maurice Joyant as L’Art de la Cuisine, and was later on published in english as The Art of Cuisine in 1966.
By 1899, his health deteriorated due to alcoholism. He was then committed to Folie Saint - James, a sanitorium, for three months. While in there, he never stopped doing his works and was able to draw 39 circus portraits. Prado Museum in Madrid, the Tate Gallery in London, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and the Vatican Museum in Rome.