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"Around 1900, the bohemian quarter of Montmartre on the outskirts of Paris attracted what is today an all-star lineup of artists: Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Vincent van Gogh. They arrived, seeking new ideas and new subjects. Their paintings captured not only the cozy corner cafes they frequented but also the can-can dancers and the raucous nightlife at the legendary Moulin Rouge. More than two hundred of their works are reproduced in Esprit Montmartre. . . . A pullout map highlights dozens of sites associated with the artists."