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Théodore Rousseau
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Théodore Rousseau, The Artists

Théodore Rousseau was a French artist born on April 15, 1812. Rousseau contributed to the Barbizon School movement and died on December 22, 1867.

View on the Outskirts of Granville, Théodore Rousseau

View on the Outskirts of Granville 1833

Sunset in the Auvergne, Théodore Rousseau

Sunset in the Auvergne 1844

Hoarfrost, Théodore Rousseau

Hoarfrost 1845

View of the Plain of Montmartre, Théodore Rousseau

View of the Plain of Montmartre 1848

Chaumières, Near the Pond, Théodore Rousseau

Chaumières, Near the Pond 1850

Cows in a Group of Oak Trees, Apremont, Théodore Rousseau

Cows in a Group of Oak Trees, Apremont 1850

The Gorges d'Aprement, Barbizon, Théodore Rousseau

The Gorges d'Aprement, Barbizon 1852

The Colliers´ Hut in the Forest of Fontainebleau, Théodore Rousseau

The Colliers´ Hut in the Forest of Fontainebleau 1855

Landscape Sketch, Théodore Rousseau

Landscape Sketch 1865

The Forest in Winter at Sunset, Théodore Rousseau

The Forest in Winter at Sunset 1846 – 1867

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