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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901), CONFETTI, 1894, original brush, spatter and crayon lithograph, printed in three colors on wove paper with the Kleinmann blindstamp, printed by Bella & de Malherbe, London and Paris. Note: The poster was commissioned by Bella & de Malherbe “to advertise the flecks of paper they sold to replace plaster confetti which, considered too dangerous, had finally been outlawed in Paris in 1892” (“Toulouse Lautrec, A Life” by Julia Frey, p. 385). Sheet – 570 mm x 445 mm (22-3/8″ x 17-5/8″), Image – 570 mm x 390 mm. Frame – 833 mm x 637 mm (32-5/8″ x 25-1/8″). Ref. Wittrock P-13, first and only state. Provenance: From the collection of the late Dan Evins, co-founder of the Cracker Barrel Restaurant chain. CONDITION: Laid to wove-back linen support. Mat stain along sheet edges, mainly to left and right margins. Three tears, largest is 2.85 cm, extending from right edge near yellow hat. Other smaller tears at top margin and lower left margin. Pin holes at each corner.