Gallery Back Save Big day out: visitors' reactions to Toulouse-Lautrec facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Visitors' reactions to the Toulouse-Lautrec Paris and the Moulin rouge exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia. Previous slide Next slide The Toulouse Lautrec exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia. Denise Dempsey, Sydney. ??We really enjoyed it. We read about the exhibition and we wanted to see it. We?ve come to Canberra for a few days ... we may check out a few things around Canberra tomorrow before we go back.?? Richard Schweizer, Sydney. ??We have friends staying with us and we thought we would take them to Canberra for a few days. My favourite aspect (of the works) was his use of colour throughout. It is very beautiful.?? Stephen Hall, Curtin ??It?s a wonderful show. I have always liked Toulouse-Lautrec?s work especially the posters ... I am really interested in his interpretation of the Paris? low life and the rich subject matter he found in that world.?? Photo: Jeffrey Chan Ian Rhoad, New York. ??I am here on holiday and it is my first time in Australia. ... What struck me was he did not just paint figures but life and the emotions and the smells of the characters.?? Photo: Jeffrey Chan Simone Gubler, Lyneham ??Toulouse-Lautrec really captured the something of the zeitgeist of Paris in the 1890s. I though the exhibition was well curated and it?s a real treat in the Australian summer to come and see Paris in the 1890s.?? of More Galleries Previous Next New Northbourne avenue trees arrive. BBen Quilty "The longest war" at the War Memorial Orexi by Baxevanis, the new Restaurant at Canberra's Hellenic Club Miss Ink competition to be held in Canberra. The National Portrait Gallery unveils a new portrait of dance legend. The Scott 24hr mountain bike race Braidwood Open Gardens- Millpond Farm. ACT Olympians and Paralympians officially welcomed back to Canberra.