Landscape on the Banks of the Bievre at Becetre, Spring by Henri Rousseau Framed Stretch Canvas Wall Art Home Decor Artinway


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Henri Julien Felix Rousseau ( May 21, 1844 ¨C September 2, 1910) was a French Post-Impressionist painter in the Na?ve or Primitive manner. 
he came to be recognized as a self-taught genius whose works are of high artistic quality. Rousseau's work exerted an extensive influence on several generations of avant-garde artists. Post-Impressionism is a predominantly French art movement that developed roughly between 1886 and 1905.Post-Impressionism emerged as a 
reaction against Impressionists¡¯ concern for the naturalistic depiction of light and colour. Rousseau developed a style that evidenced his lack of academic training, with its absence of correct proportions, one-point perspective, and 
use of sharp, often unnatural colors. Such features resulted in a body of work imbued with a sense of mystery and eccentricity.The Snake 
Charmer (1907)
This painting was commissioned by Robert Delaunay's mother, Berthe, Comtesse de Delaunay. Rousseau supposedly decided on the subject for this painting after hearing her stories about her experiences in India. 
 Surprised! Tiger in a Tropical Storm (1891)
The canvas was  known as Despite Egon Schiele's short life, the artist produced an astonishing number of works on canvas and paper. He was instrumental in formulating the character of early twentieth-century Expressionism, 
characterized by the use of irregular contours, an often somber palette, and frequently dark symbolism.

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