The Port Magazine 'House of Toulouse-Lautrec' editorial captures the bewitching building that belonged to the family of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, a 19th century French artist, who spent his childhood summers there. Located in the south of France, the Chateau de Bosc is an aristocratic structure that appears to have remained untouched by time.
Shot by photographer Tobias Harvey and written up by Huw Griffith, the Port Magazine 'House of Toulouse-Lautrec' editorial has a haunting quality about it. Harvey states, "It was a complete treasure to discover--it is incredible that no governing body has come in and swept out the darkness and ghosts." Appearing in the 13th issue of the magazine, it will be a treasure for others as well.
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