(1851 - 1932)
Pierre Carrier-Belleuse was active/lived in France. Pierre CarrierBelleuse is known for ballet figure, portrait, genre, landscapes and historical painting.
Biography Pierre Carrier-Belleuse
the 1870s, Montmartre, the section of Paris best remembered as the home
of the Impressionists, Cubists, and other members of the avant-garde*,
was a sleepy little village spotted with windmills. However, as the
city expanded in the late nineteenth century, Montmartre was
incorporated into its limits and soon became the hub of Parisian
nightlife. In 1881, the famed Moulin Rouge opened its doors, delighting
its customers with operettas, can-can girls, and dancers. The success
of the Moulin Rouge inspired a number of music halls and cafés to
spring up, including the Caran d'Ache, the Mirliton, and the infamous
Folies-Bergère, and before long the
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