The beauty and subtlety of Moulin Rouge: La Goulue make it a captivating work of art that will showcase your sophistication and artistic taste. Its vintage charm will enhance any contemporary interior design.
Created by French artist Henry De Toulouse-Lautrec in 1891, this bold four-colour poster features the famous cancan dancer La Goulue and her flexible partner Valentin le désossé, promoting the famous French club Moulin Rouge. The silhouetted audience highlights the performers and evokes the popular Japanese art style of the time. The central figure in the poster is La Goulue, emphasised by the triple repetition of the club's name. Toulouse-Lautrec's boldly simplistic style is evident in the stark white of La Goulue's petticoats, depicted with just a few lines on white paper, a sharp contrast to the text-heavy posters of the era.