Image: Lautrec, Troupe de Mlle Eglantine, Photo © Musée d'Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen Image: Lautrec, Troupe de Mlle Eglantine, Photo © Musée d'Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen Show image info

Lautrec, Troupe de Mlle Eglantine, Photo © Musée d'Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen

Private Views: Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre

Privately hire the Victoria Art Gallery out of hours and allow yourself time to really savour this much anticipated exhibition.

Running between 15 February - 26 May 2020, this one-off UK show will bring the sounds, sights and delights of late 19th-century Bohemian Paris to modern day Bath. Of blockbuster proportions, it will revisit the ‘street art’ of the era with 83 stunning and iconic colour posters by Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, Bonnard and others. Find out more about the exhibition on the Victoria Art Gallery website.

At 6pm, once the museum closes, it is possible to avoid the crowds and appreciate this exciting exhibition in your own time with just some friends or colleagues.   You and your guests can experience how visual art, music & dance were intertwined in this thrilling era and enjoy the 6 exhibition themes: Montmartre in the 1890s; Toulouse-Lautrec & printmaking; Stars of the stage; Celebrated poster artists; chromolithography; and Style & fashion.

Why not transport your family, friends or colleagues back in to time to scintillating era? Although perfect for intimate groups, up to 150 guests can enjoy this exhibition privately for just £400.

Upgrade your visit to include a drinks reception in the Upper Gallery, or consider booking the curator for a private introduction to the exhibition. Please contact us for more information about curator talks, or catering packages.

 

For further information, or to book, please contact us on 01225 477786 or email [email protected]

 

Header Image: Lautrec, Troupe de Mlle Eglantine, Photo © Musée d'Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen