May 28, 2010 6:38 AM
If we're going to give into the urge to embrace everything French, we don't just want a print of a famous painting, we want a functional object. The The Salon on Moulin Street Clock ($22) will do more than add some artistry to a room. Pick up warm raspberry color notes with this thing, or let it hang tight as a lone color accent.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was the poster child for Post-Impressionist bohemian lifestyle in Paris, and it showed in his artwork. Lautrec studied subjects and drank the night away at the Moulin Rouge, and John Leguizamo's character in the Baz Luhrmann flick was based on the artist himself. This clock features a print of his oil painting, The Salon on Moulin Street c. 1894. View his complete works online, on the Toulouse-Lautrec Foundation website.
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