Portrait of La Goulue - Auguste Grass-Mick
Portrait of La Goulue
- Auguste Grass-Mick French (1873-1963)
- Portrait of La Goulue
- 9" x 6"
Born in Paris, France in 1873, Auguste Grass-Mick apprenticed under lithography engraver Auguste Lemoine, the Dangler brothers and painter Georges Lavergne. A patron of Paris's cabarets, Le Chat Noir and the Moulin Rouge, Grass-Mick was a member of the Paris art community. He exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants, Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Humoristes.