|Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec|
Because we want to maximize the scholarly value as well as the aesthetic appeal of HVS content, we could also link to articles that discuss Toulouse-Lautrec's technique and some of the discoveries made during restoration and conservation of his works. As our explorations move beyond A Montrouge, we encounter the influence of Chevreul's Law of Simultaneous Contrast in the juxtaposition of green and orange in the face of foreground figure in Toulouse-Lautrec's At the Moulin Rouge. As you will note, the titled-up perspective and the transitory, fleeting, ephemeral nature of an evening at the Moulin Rouge connect this painting to the influence of ukiyo-e.
|Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, At the Moulin Rouge (1892-1895)|
|Kiyonobu I Torii, Man and Two Yoshiwara Women (18th c.)|
Finally, visit the Virtual Lautrec exhibition and think about the logistics of display: which of Toulouse-Lautrec's works would you select for such an exhibition and how would you organize the works and the linked content in the interactive immersive HVS experience?