Artist: Toulouse Lautrec Henri France 1864 to 1901





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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec sought after painting as a young and proceeded to make innovations in lithograph drawing. He turned out to be profoundly famous for his banners, influenced by Japanese styles and Impressionist Edgar Degas, and for imbuing marginalized populaces with humankind in his specialty, including sex laborers, as found in his 1896 print arrangement Elles. Other prominent works include At the Moulin Rouge and The Streetwalker. Devoured by hefty drinking and suffering from various sicknesses, he kicked the bucket on September 9, 1901, at 36 years old.