If you love the sophisticated art of Henri de la Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901), this delightful vintage book belongs in your library. It's an oversized hardback, beautifully designed and sumptuously illustrated with 28 fine color plates, decorated endpapers and other illustrations in both b/w and color. Some are actual photographs of people he painted.
The quality of printing couldn't be finer; it was done by the legendary Phaidon Press in London, the world's leading producer of art books. Author of the informative and entertaining text is Patrick O'Connor, a specialist in music hall topics known also for his biography of Josephine Baker.
The book contains 80 pages, all clean and tight, within a black cloth binding measuring 10 by 12.8 inches. Corners are firm. Wear to the colorful dust jacket is very slight.
This treasure was published at $25.95 and we've priced it lower than the 16-year-old price. We'll cover shipping anywhere in the United States, too, or provide an equivalent discount on international delivery. Please e-mail to confirm availability, order or request more photos. Thanks for looking!