Exhibition Highlights

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
(French, 1864–1901)
"Jane Avril", 1893
Color lithograph
59 5/8 x 46 ¼ in.
Acc. no. 2016.119
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Eugène Grasset
(French, 1841–1917)
Printer: de Vaugirard; G. de Malherbe & Cie, publisher
"Cycles & Automobiles, Marque Georges Richard / Cycles & Automobiles", 1899
Color lithograph
16 1/2 × 23 in.
Acc. no. 150645
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Jules Chéret
(French, 1836–1932)
Printer: Chaix, Paris
"Folies-Bergère/La Loïe Fuller", 1893
Color lithograph
48 5/8 x 33 7/8 in.
Acc. no. 151740
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Jacques Villon
(French, 1875-1963)
"Le Grillon, An American Bar (The Cricket)", 1898-1899
Color lithograph
51 x 36 ½ in.
Acc. No. 158253
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Jules Chéret
(French, 1836–1932)
Printer: Chaix, Paris
"Yvette Guilbert, Au Concert Parisien", 1891
Color lithograph
47 1/2 × 33 1/2 in.
Acc. no. 158294
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Alphonse Mucha
(Czech, 1860–1939)
Printer: Vaclav Neubert, Prague
"Princess Hyacinth", 1911
Color lithograph
61 x 45 1/2 in.
Acc. no. 150247
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Alphonse Mucha
(Czech, 1860–1939)
Printer: F. Champenois, Paris
Sarah Bernhardt as “La Dame aux Camélias,” 1896
Color lithograph
85 × 34 1/2 in.
Acc. no. 158205
Photograph by John Faier
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen
(French, born Switzerland, 1859–1923)
Printer: Charles Verneau, Paris
"Motocycles Comiot", 1899
Color lithograph mounted on canvas
81 3/4 x 55 3/4 in.
Acc. no. 150643
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
(French, 1864-1901)
Printer: Affiches Américaines, Charles Lévy, Paris
"Moulin Rouge: La Goulue", 1891
Color lithograph
67 x 47 in.
Acc. no. 150815
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Eugène Grasset
(French, 1841–1917)
Printer: G. de Malherbe, Paris
"Salon des Cent: Exposition Grasset", 1894
Color lithograph
25 × 19 1/2 in.
Acc. no. 150850
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Jules Chéret
(French, 1836–1932)
Printer: Chaix, Paris
"Théâtrophone", 1890
Color lithograph
46 1/2 × 32 5/8 in.
Acc. no. 151003
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Théophile Alexandre Steinlen
(French, born Switzerland, 1859–1923)
Printer: Charles Verneau, Paris
"Le Journal/La Traite des Blanches (White Slavery)",1899
Color lithograph mounted on canvas
76 × 49 1/4 in.
Acc. no. 2016.113
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015
Alphonse Mucha
(Czech, 1860–1939)
Printer: F. Champenois, Paris
"Zodiac", 1896
Color lithograph on silk
25 3/4 × 20 in.
Acc. no. 151093
Photograph by John Faier,
© Driehaus Museum, 2015

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