French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec died #onthisday in 1901. Here are some of his colourful prints depicting the elegance, glamour and excess of France in the 1890s.
I used to have lovely posters in the 80 s. Had one in my kitchen with a lovely trailing plant nearby. Looked very lovely.
I spent a lovely afternoon in the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum at Albi in France a few years ago. I'd always wanted to visit Albi Cathedral and this was a bonus.
I remember my grandfather having Toulouse-Lautrec posters in his basement.
Are you brave enough to try some buggy snacks at Cafe Insecta? BugFest 2017 is almost here!
What did ancient Egyptians eat?
Wheat and barley were the most important crops and were grown to make the staples of bread and beer. In this first wall painting, you can see cereals being collected ..
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Grab your friends and test your scientific knowledge and pop culture expertise tonight in the The Daily Planet Cafe at 7pm. Prizes and bragging rights awarded!