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Her companion was also a dancer. On the right-hand side of the painting, a curious woman is staring directly at us as she walks out of the picture. Toulouse-Lautrec showed her face as bright green in the hazy, harsh light of the bar, and he painted her lips bright red. The frills on her hat make her look like a big bug! At the center of the painting is a group of friends enjoying drinks and chatter as they wait for the next show to begin. These people are regulars at the club. They're friends of Toulouse-Lautrec, and many of them appear in other paintings of his.
Each part of this painting looks flat, as though it were cut out and pasted down, rather than painted. The woman looks like a paper doll. She still holds her walking stick, as if she were suddenly overcome by drowsiness. Her expression is peaceful and happy. On the other hand, the lion looks startled, almost as if he's not sure how he got into this painting. His eye is wide and alert. His tail, like the woman's little finger, pokes straight out. The moon smiles down, bathing the scene in its silvery light.
Most music halls used posters to advertise their shows. One hundred years later, the shows are forgotten, but some of their posters can still be appreciated. One poster that was created as an ad is Henri Toulouse-Lautrec's Jane Avril at the Jardin de Paris. Toulouse-Lautrec was a painter, but he also created more than 30 posters. These advertisements were plastered on buildings throughout Paris and were seen by nearly everyone. Their clean lines, large, flat areas of color, and brisk design made them popular and eye-catching.