R735.00 inc. VAT

This first series of PEPIN Correspondence Sets is manufactured in The Netherlands using only European FSC-certified materials.

Each box contains 10 sheets of 4 different designs (printed on one side), making up 40 sheets of A5 writing paper (150 x  210mm / 6” x 8¼”). Included are 20 matching envelopes (10 x 2 designs), 8 greeting cards (2 x 4  designs) and 25 assorted stickers and labels.

9 in stock

SKU: 9789460094965 Categories: , Tag:



Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901), leading late 19th century French artist, who developed an unconventional and dynamic style of painting and drawing, influenced by his classical, academic training as well as the Japanese and avant-garde artists of the time. Eventually he established a very personal unique approach to his work, forgoing anatomical precision and the rules of perspective to capture the essential nature of his subjects through expressive lines or just a few brief brushstrokes. He employed exaggeration and caricature to maximum effect, often combined with intense colours.

Toulouse-Lautrec spent much of his professional life in the bohemian quarter of Montmartre, documenting the dancehalls, nightclubs, cabarets, entertainers, and artists of the area. It was thus that he became a chronicler of the exuberant, decadent fin de siècle Paris – a subject matter that went particularly well with his energetic and unique artistic brand of art.

Series Description

  • Dimensions (box) 230 x 170 x 35 mm (c. 9”x 6¾” x 1½”)
    Description 40 sheets (A5), 20 envelopes (C6), 8 greeting cards (A5 folded to A6) and 25 stickers and labels

SKU: 9789460094965