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Display artist/maker:

Étienne-Pierre-Théodore Rousseau

Born: 1812, France, Paris   Died: 1867, France, Barbizon

Painter. Son of a tailor. Commonly known as Theodore Rousseau. A leader of the Barbizon school of landscape painters, Rousseau was known for painting directly from nature. As a romantic painter he struggled to have his work recognised by the French Salon which, despite having exhibited his previous works, rejected him repeatedly between 1836 and 1848. In 1849, the Salon finally accepted three of his works. Rousseau's popularity continued to grow; in 1855 his work was well represented at the Universal Exposition, and in 1867 he became the president of the Exposition's fine-arts jury. Today a number of his works are contained in the Louvre, and another belongs to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

Chênes de Roche PR1910 Prints