The Natasons enjoyed especially close links with the Nabis artists’ group.
Thadée Natanson announced La Revue blanche’s print album with these words: ‘The names you find here will be familiar to readers of this publication, in which lithographs by virtually the same group have appeared as frontispieces for the past three years.’
Her cultivated elegance, which perfectly matched the magazine’s stylish aura, was emphasised in advertising posters featuring her, which Bonnard and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec designed for the magazine.
Georges Bernier, La Revue blanche. Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism and Symbolism, New York 1983
Bret Waller, Grace Seiberling, Artists of La Revue blanche: Bonnard, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vallotton, Vuillard, tent.cat., Rochester 1984
Pamela A. Genova, ‘Symbolist Journals: A Culture of Correspondence’, in Studies in European Cultural Transition, Hampshire 2002