Toulouse-Lautrec

[too-loos-loh-trek, -luh-; French too-looz-loh-trek]
noun
  1. Hen·ri Ma·rie Ray·mond de [ahn-ree ma-ree re-mawn duh] /ɑ̃ˈri maˈri rɛˈmɔ̃ də/, 1864–1901, French painter and lithographer.
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  • To have seen Toulouse-Lautrec's poster of him and his Cabaret was to recognize him at a glance.

    Nights

    Elizabeth Robins Pennell

  • Dorothy had negligently dropped the name of Toulouse-Lautrec.

    Gray youth

    Oliver Onions

  • But, with a glance, he can sound the depths of a Toulouse-Lautrec, a Steinlen or a piece of negro sculpture.

  • Vuillard, a painter of interiors, owes his inspiration as much to Toulouse-Lautrec as to Gauguin.

  • Alfred recalled it as a picture for such different painters as Whistler or Toulouse-Lautrec.

    Painted Veils

    James Huneker


British Dictionary definitions for toulouse-lautrec

Toulouse-Lautrec

noun
  1. Henri (Marie Raymond) de (ɑ̃ri də). 1864–1901, French painter and lithographer, noted for his paintings and posters of the life of Montmartre, Paris
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