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Belfort, Canton, France in Europe

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Liberation Of Belfort Featured Belfort Print

Liberation Of Belfort

1871: Rejoicing in the fortress town of Belfort upon the withdrawal of the beseiging Germans after the Franco-Prussian War. The citizens hold up poles spelling the words Vive Thiers (French Chief of State Adolphe Thiers) and Vive La Republique'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

18570 H War, 1870 1871 Franco Prussian Post Fra, 3248185, 5 4, 631, 77868, Black, Box, Conflict Franco Prussian, Orig, Portrait Male Sign Flag Slogan War, War Europe H, White Format

May Belfort, 1895. Creator: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864-1901) Featured Belfort Print

May Belfort, 1895. Creator: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864-1901)

May Belfort, 1895. Like Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec was inspired by the cafeconcerts, popular places of entertainment that featured singers or other forms of vaudeville entertainers. In 1895 Lautrec visited the cafe-concert known as Les Decadents, where he encountered the Irish singer May Belfort who became one of the artist's favorite models. Here, he depicted her on stage wearing one of her signature Kate Greenaway-style dresses with short puffed sleeves terminating in lace ruffles and a ruffled bonnet beneath which her hair escapes in a cascade of dark curls. Her appearance was intentionally babyish and the lisping voice in which she sang enhanced the illusion of extreme youth. She was said to have stood erect and motionless, as if carved out of wood, while the clients of Les Decadents shouted the choruses of her songs

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Bartholis Lion carving at Belfort Featured Belfort Print

Bartholis Lion carving at Belfort

Frederic-Auguste Bartholi's carving of a Lion at Belfort, France. Bartholi is best known for designing the Statue of Liberty. This massive sculpture carved into the side of a mountain, refers to the huge struggle of the French to hold off the Prussian assault at the end of the Franco-Prussian War. Bartholdi was an officer himself during this period, attached to Garibaldi. Date: 1911

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