The dancing couple is originally drawn at the hand of Toulouse-Lautrec.
It is a funny world where the outside is unimportant, it is the pondusand the energy with which you carry yourself that is King.
The French impressionistic artist was a man of the world, a charlatan, and a playboy indulging in dancing girls, pastis, and absinthe. And he carried it all in an unimpressive height of 142 cm / 4'8".
Yet the men in his pictures were leading and commanding, and the women playful and devoted.
In this painting he has a firm grip on her waist, and there is little doubt of who leads whom.
Scattered around the piece are colourful lightbulbs - party and spotlights, and yet they dance in their own dark.
Measures 156 x 210 cm / 61.4" x 82.7"