I just referred to Toussaint as "competent." There is nothing wrong with that, and it's surely better than being incompetent. His defect, to the extent he had one, was that his work didn't stand out strongly. To put it another way, there wasn't a large dose of individual style that proclaimed Toussaint!! to the world.
Around 1900 many Fine Arts painters also did commercial work such as this.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this looks like the Boulevard Anspach or thereabouts.
She is looking at sketches, it seems. The style is also sketchy.
A more committed appreciator of art.
This looks unfinished, but Toussaint signed it, so it's done.
I guess I forgot to mention that one of Toussaint's specialties was painting attractive women.
I like this mural style painting, probably because it reminds me of the work of Frank Brangwyn (who spent time in Belgium).