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Théodore RousseauThe blasted landscapes of bad luck

Théodore Rousseau was a French artist born on April 15, 1812. Rousseau contributed to the Barbizon School movement and died on December 22, 1867. Get notified when Théodore Rousseau's biography is complete:

View on the Outskirts of Granville

1833

Sunset in the Auvergne

1844

Hoarfrost

1845

View of the Plain of Montmartre

1848

Chaumières, Near the Pond

1850

Cows in a Group of Oak Trees, Apremont

1850

The Gorges d'Aprement, Barbizon

1852

The Colliers´ Hut in the Forest of Fontainebleau

1855

Landscape Sketch

1865

The Forest in Winter at Sunset

1846-1867

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