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At the Concert

A work made of zincograph in brownish olive-green on grayish-ivory laid chine.
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  • A work made of zincograph in brownish olive-green on grayish-ivory laid chine.

Date:

1896, printed 1946

Artist:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864-1901

About this artwork

Lautrec also produced a number of striking images of identifiable audience members putting themselves on display in their loges, or theater boxes. This seemingly incomplete impression comes from one plate of a multicolor zincograph. It shows the unlikely pairing of the courtesan Emilienne d’Alençon with Lautrec’s cousin, the doctor Gabriel Tapié de Céleyran at the Cabaret des Décadents. The zinc plates are all now at the Art Institute of Chicago, where this impression was printed.

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Artist

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Title

At the Concert

Origin

France

Date

Made 1896

Medium

Zincograph in brownish olive-green on grayish-ivory laid chine

Dimensions

303 × 248 mm (image); 418 × 321 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Gift of the Print and Drawing Club

Reference Number

1946.1065d

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