La Revue blanche
La Revue Blanche was a literary and artistic magazine, which was in Paris bimonthly, published from 1889 to 1903 by the brothers Alexander, Thaddeus and Louis -Alfred Natanson, sons of the living in Paris, Polish banker and art collector Adam Natanson.
The journal was intended as a rival and opposed to the " Mercure de France". In the editorship Fénéon Félix, Lucien Muhlfeld and Léon Blum worked. The wife of Thaddeus Natanson, Misia Sert, was repeatedly model to the cover art of the magazine.
La Revue blanche defended wrongly accused and sentenced in 1898 to Alfred Dreyfus.