Puzzle Au Moulin Rouge from H. Lautrec
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is a painter, draftsman born in Albi in 1864 a small village in the south of France.
He is the author of several famous paintings and posters inspired by his regular presence at the Moulin Rouge, where he attended shows every evening to draw the dancers and customers on a table corner accompanied by his eternal glass of absinthe!
He was the privileged witness of the scenes of life of the Moulin Rouge and was designated "darling" of the cuckooers who renamed it: "the little guy"!
In 1892, he made a painting called "Au Moulin Rouge", an oil on canvas (123 × 140.5 cm) which remains to this day, one of the most famous cabaret images in the world.
This painting is now on display at the Chicago Institute of Art.