Lot 260: Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri De

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Lot 260: Toulouse-Lautrec Henri De: (1864-1901) French Painter. Autograph Note, Unsigned, On One Side Of His Rare Personal Printed Visiting Card, N.P. (London), N.D. (May 1898). In Bold Pencil The Artist Grants A Pass For The Original Recipient To An Exhibition, At 2Pm On Monday At The Goupil Gallery At 5 Regents Street. Some Extremely Light, Very Minor Age Wear, Otherwise Vg In May 1898 Toulouse-Lautrec Exhibited Seventy Eight Works At Goupil'S Gallery In London. Goupil & Cie Was A Major Art Dealership With Headquarters In Paris And Branches In London And Other European Cities As Well As New York And Australia. Toulouse-Lautrec'S Family Were Anglophiles And, Though Not As Fluent As He Pretended To Be, The Artist Spoke English Well Enough To Travel To London. While There, He Made Posters, Including The 'Confetti' Poster, And The Bicycle Advert 'La Chaã®Ne Simpson'. It Was At This Time That He Also Met And Befriended Oscar Wilde.] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £300-400
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