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(Théophile Steinlen, Tournée du Chat Noir, 1896) Le Chat Noir foi um cabaré francês no final do século XIX, situado na Boulevard Rochechouart, nº 84 em Montmartre, distrito de Paris. De propriedade do empresário Rodolphe Salis, foi inaugurado em 18 de novembro de 1881. Considerado moderno na sua época, sendo centro de encontro de diversas figuras públicas, como poetas, escritores, pensadores, pintores e políticos.

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(Théophile Steinlen, Tournée du Chat Noir, 1896) Le Chat Noir foi um cabaré francês no final do século XIX, situado na Boulevard Rochechouart, nº 84 em Montmartre, distrito de Paris. De propriedade do empresário Rodolphe Salis, foi inaugurado em 18 de novembro de 1881. Considerado moderno na sua época, sendo centro de encontro de diversas figuras públicas, como poetas, escritores, pensadores, pintores e políticos.

"Le Chat Noir" ("The Black Cat") was a Parisian, bohemian night club in the late 1800s.  Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen painted this poster as an advertisement for Le Chat Noir.

"Le Chat Noir" ("The Black Cat") was a Parisian, bohemian night club in the late 1800s. Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen painted this poster as an advertisement for Le Chat Noir.

My fav! Every house I have lived in from Mo, LA to Vegas, back to Mo, this is always in my kitchen! :)

Chat Noir Drouot

My fav! Every house I have lived in from Mo, LA to Vegas, back to Mo, this is always in my kitchen! :)

A black cat works magic to lure patrons in to “Chat Noir,” the nightclub in this poster by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 – 1923). Originally a textile designer, Steinlen is best known as an illustrator who created posters of cabarets and music hall performers incorporating his signature cats. The Chat Noir, a lively Montmartre cabaret, published a journal illustrated by Steinlen, who created hundreds of images for French magazines.

Tournée du Chat Noir, c.1896

A black cat works magic to lure patrons in to “Chat Noir,” the nightclub in this poster by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 – 1923). Originally a textile designer, Steinlen is best known as an illustrator who created posters of cabarets and music hall performers incorporating his signature cats. The Chat Noir, a lively Montmartre cabaret, published a journal illustrated by Steinlen, who created hundreds of images for French magazines.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. I love this so much, I bought special order socks with the art lithographed on them.  #medorky

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. I love this so much, I bought special order socks with the art lithographed on them. #medorky

Carole Stevens Bibisi Le Chat Noir print

Carole Stevens Bibisi Le Chat Noir print

"Le Chat Noir"

"Le Chat Noir"

Le Chat Noir Android

Le Chat Noir Android

le Chat Noir  Hebdomadaire - the Black Cat Weekly | M. Desbarbieux

le Chat Noir Hebdomadaire - the Black Cat Weekly | M. Desbarbieux

Le Chat Noir needlepoint canvas

Le Chat Noir needlepoint canvas

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