Text:370 pages, 368 illustrations, including 54 in full color, plus fold out in the back of the book. “This book is the first in which Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s complete works in lithography and dry-point have assembled. “Toulouse-Lautrec recorded the style of this period so perfectly that our impression of late nineteenth-century Paris is populated with his dancers, actors, boulevardiers, prostitutes, and clowns. His lithographs, and especially his posters, made France and the world conscious of his subjects and his art. Lautrec’s posters, with their daring Lautrec’s superb handling of highly simplified line and large areas of flat color, and composition had an overwhelming influence on the artists of his time and since.