Description

Both Toulouse-Lautrec and the Nabis, a group of artists to which Vuillard and Bonnard belonged, were actively involved with show business in the 1890s. Toulouse-Lautrec made posters for nightclubs such as the Moulin Rouge, and collaborated with entertainers in branding themselves. Vuillard and Bonnard designed sets and programs for the avant-garde Théatre de l’OEuvre. This three-session class will look at their works for different venues, and at theater and entertainment in the belle époque.