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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec


Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Moderne und Zeitgenössische Kunst

(Albi 1864-1901 Malrose) "Babylone d'Allemagne par Victor Joze", 1894, colour lithography, lettering in dark blue – not by Lautrec, signed on the stone, dated 94, monogrammed, printer’s details: (1256) Imp. Chaix. 20, Rue Bergère. Paris (Encres Ch. Lorilleux & Cie), Number of impressions unknown (approx. 1,000 – 3,000 impressions), 120 x 84.5 cm, framed, restored, Adriani 56 III, Delteil 351 II,(M)

The two coloured sketches Dortu P.532 and P.533, and the pencil sketches Dortu D.3624 and D.3663, served to prepare Lautrec thoroughly for the drawing on the stone. On 21 December 1893 Lautrec wrote to his mother in Albi, “I think I’ll wait until the end of January before coming to the charming town of Albi. I have a lot to do. Two posters, which need to be delivered before 15 January and haven’t yet been started.” (Goldschmidt-Schimmel, no. 169). It is likely that the artist was referring to the poster for Victor Joze’s book, “Babylone d’Allemagne”, which was registered on 29 January 1894 with the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Fin de Siècle reported on 18 February 1894 that the hoardings were already covered with copies of the poster. It appears that Joze’s interventions came too late - he wrote to the artist in a letter requesting him to withdraw the poster, as the depiction of a German officer, together with the anti-German content of the publication, would not be tolerated by the Police Prefecture and would probably also lead to a diplomatic scandal. In order to spare the author from difficulties similar to those experienced with the “Reine de Joie” poster (no.5), Lautrec had financed the printing of the poster himself, after which there was obviously no further hindrance to displaying the poster. Götz Adriani, Toulouse Lautrec.The entire graphic works (Gerstenberg collection) Du Mont publishers, Cologne 1986, page 96.

Expert: Dr. Monika Meindl

21.10.2010 - 17:00

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec


(Albi 1864-1901 Malrose) "Babylone d'Allemagne par Victor Joze", 1894, colour lithography, lettering in dark blue – not by Lautrec, signed on the stone, dated 94, monogrammed, printer’s details: (1256) Imp. Chaix. 20, Rue Bergère. Paris (Encres Ch. Lorilleux & Cie), Number of impressions unknown (approx. 1,000 – 3,000 impressions), 120 x 84.5 cm, framed, restored, Adriani 56 III, Delteil 351 II,(M)

The two coloured sketches Dortu P.532 and P.533, and the pencil sketches Dortu D.3624 and D.3663, served to prepare Lautrec thoroughly for the drawing on the stone. On 21 December 1893 Lautrec wrote to his mother in Albi, “I think I’ll wait until the end of January before coming to the charming town of Albi. I have a lot to do. Two posters, which need to be delivered before 15 January and haven’t yet been started.” (Goldschmidt-Schimmel, no. 169). It is likely that the artist was referring to the poster for Victor Joze’s book, “Babylone d’Allemagne”, which was registered on 29 January 1894 with the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Fin de Siècle reported on 18 February 1894 that the hoardings were already covered with copies of the poster. It appears that Joze’s interventions came too late - he wrote to the artist in a letter requesting him to withdraw the poster, as the depiction of a German officer, together with the anti-German content of the publication, would not be tolerated by the Police Prefecture and would probably also lead to a diplomatic scandal. In order to spare the author from difficulties similar to those experienced with the “Reine de Joie” poster (no.5), Lautrec had financed the printing of the poster himself, after which there was obviously no further hindrance to displaying the poster. Götz Adriani, Toulouse Lautrec.The entire graphic works (Gerstenberg collection) Du Mont publishers, Cologne 1986, page 96.

Expert: Dr. Monika Meindl


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