From its opening, the Moulin Rouge has been a great source of inspiration for artists from all over the world, as well as an icon of popular culture. This lithograph poster perfectly represents what Moulin Rouge meant to everyone: freedom, bohemian existence, music, art, glee, inebriation. Printed by Graf. Bobes
MEDEA work by Esteve Albert. The manuscript is conserved in the Museu Arxiu de Santa Maria de Mataró (work premiered in dramatized reading on March 31, 1954 at the University of Barcelona, and in the form of a stage performance on September 3, 1955 at the Velòdrom de Mataró.
In 1947 a competition was announced to design the poster for the season in the Arenas, won by the Veronese creative artist Tolmino Ruzzenente, who created an evocative and essential subject, inspired by the previous elements: a total vision from the top of the Arena
Lithograph poster promoting "Zambra 1948", a show starring the mythical couple Lola Flores and Manolo Caracol. The couple became famous in 1942; in 1943, their manager Adolfo Arezana assembled the show "Zambra", that they brought on stage during several years.