Toulouse Lautrec ~Bawdy, most certainly. Does the woman look like a drag queen- yes. But the flash of color- the economy of pastel strokes...amazing!
James Abbe - Backstage, French and English girls at the Moulin Rouge, 1926. … from Limelight: Photographs by James Abbe, published by the National Portrait Gallery, 1995.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - The Dance at the Moulin Rouge (detail showing Valentin Desosse), 1889
At the Moulin Rouge, The Dance by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Estos colores que hacen sentir el movimiento
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. At the Moulin Rouge. 1892-93. Post-Impressionism.
"At The Moulin Rouge" I call her Lady Green Face, see it at Chicago Art Institute, take me to it and you won't get me away for at least 10 minutes
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec painting “At the Moulin Rouge: The Dance”. Photographed by Maurice Gilbert, 1890s.
"I have stolen your granny's net curtains, and I won't give them back!" - we understand that is a verbatim quote from this dancer at the Moulin Rouge in Paris in 1926
Lautrec at the moulin rouge two women waltzing 1892 - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mistinguett performing at the Moulin Rouge. She was at one time the best paid female entertainer in the world.