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The exhibition brings to life the golden age of printmaking in Montmartre around 1900. It was here that Eugene Delâtre (1864-1938), master of etching, introduced numerous artists such as Müller, Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec and Steinlen, to his techniques.
The Museum displays his major pieces: views of Montmartre and its nightlife, portraits. Alfredo Müller’s (1869-1939) full range of subject matter is represented in the exhibition: views of Montmartre, café-concert performers, portraits of such actresses as Sarah Bernhardt, Suzanne Desprès and Cléo de Mérode in their popular theatrical roles, as well as Müller’s interpretation of scenes from Dante’s Vita Nuova.
© Montmartre Museum.