- until 14 May
- Van Gogh Museum
Relive Parisian grandeur in prints
The fin de siècle will forever be remembered as time of decadence and prosperity. Champagne was perfected, haute couture was born, the bohemian lifestyle was glamorised and the city became the artistic and literary capital of the world. From 1890, printmaking soared to the level of high art. Prints were exhibited in galleries and exclusive clubs, while posters of La Chat Noir and the Moulin Rouge gained the iconic status they have today.
As one of the world’s leading print collections, 'Prints in Paris 1900: From Elite to the Street', takes you on a journey through the boulevards of the city during this exciting time.