Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris

BPL and MFA Present "Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris" through August 4

Major Gallery Exhibition

Now on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, through August 4, "Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris" features nearly 100 works on loan from the Boston Public Library’s extensive collection of works by acclaimed French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Read the press release to learn more about this historic partnership between the BPL and MFA.

In addition, the Boston Public Library will be displaying a rotation of recently conserved Lautrec posters at the Central Library through July; this work was sponsored by the Associates of the Boston Public Library.

Free Admission to BPL Cardholders in June

Throughout the month of June 2019, BPL cardholders receive free admission to the MFA (for two adults and up to six children per visit) by presenting their library cards and e-mail address to any Museum ticket desk. Chelsea and Malden library card holders can present their cards for admission and BPL discount. Please note that eCards are not valid for this promotion. In addition, free museum passes to the MFA are available to BPL cardholders throughout the year by visiting our museum pass page or by inquiring at your local library branch.

Digital Collections

The Boston Public Library’s complete collection of more than 350 works by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec has been digitized and is freely available on Digital Commonwealth.

Related Events

Throughout the exhibition’s run, BPL and MFA are providing free lectures and programs for audiences of all ages to learn more about Lautrec and his work.  See all upcoming Toulouse-Lautrec events.


The exhibition’s illustrated catalogue is available at the BPL’s Central Library in Copley Square and all neighborhood branches for perusal and checkout.


Organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Boston Public Library.

Exhibition Sponsor

TBf - The Boston Foundation: Innocation. Information. Impact



Generous supporter

Additional support from the great-grandchildren of Albert H. Wiggin, the Cordover Exhibition Fund, and anonymous funders.

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