On the back­ground of a red cur­tain, and dressed in the same color, a sym­bol of the Mont­martre song­sters uses a small whip to thrash Lil­liput­ian sized mem­bers of the high soci­ety. Through the hal­fopen cur­tain one sees the moon, a wind­mill and the two on-duty police­men so dear to Grün. Actu­ally, the poster is merely the opened-out book jacket.

La Chanson de Montmartre (1899)  22x14” (55.9x36.2cm)

La Chan­son de Mont­martre (1899)
22x14” (55.9x36.2cm)

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