More than 50 lithographs of the famous master, obtained from private European collections, will be presented at the exhibition in the Sinara Art Gallery. Posters of legendary Parisian establishments, portraits of dancers and cabaret artists, sketches from the daily life of courtesans, as well as episodes from the "circus" series by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec will allow you to touch the atmosphere of a luxurious and serene time called "La Belle Époque".
Many said that the life of this master is colorful, like the outfits of the dancers of the Moulin Rouge cabaret. Toulouse-Lautrec is the most outstanding representative of the creative elite of Paris at the end of the 19th century, a post-impressionist, a singer of the "Belle Époque" who tragically left the world at the age of 37. He harbored no illusions about the festive tinsel of Montmartre: his works are extremely frank, and behind the ostentatious brilliance of bohemian life, the viewers discover the true, not always attractive face of reality.