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Henri Perruchot (a.); Humphrey Hare (transl.). Born into one of the most ancient noble families of France, Toulouse-Lautrec suffered two accidents that made him crippled & stunted. With a passion for sketching, he flung himself into a life of excess in Paris, burning himself out in the dance halls, brothels, & cabarets of Montmartre. There emerged the remarkable artist we know, who captured with penetrating clarity the excitement & depravity of an epoch which was finally to destroy him. Throws new light on the strange & pitiful life of one of the great painters of the 19th century. Authenticated & documented, this is not only a remarkable biography but also a brilliant evocation of the period.
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