Recommendation by Lemi
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec shines his painter’s spotlight on the bohemian crowd of the Moulin Rouge. The five men and women in the center of the painting, “At the Moulin Rouge,” were a part of the time’s art scene—photographers, a dancer, and a writer. The Moulin Rouge was a cabaret popular with artists. It was the 1890s equivalent of a seedy yet beloved nightclub. Dancers clad in rhinestones and feathers celebrate Paris’ history and culture in this one-of-a-kind show. Lautrec was a regular who painted the scenes, often inserting himself in with the crowd. You, too, can bring yourself into the art much like Lautrec painted.
82 Boulevard De Clichy, Paris, France
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