PHILIPPE ROUSSEAU (French / 1816-1887)

Philippe Rousseau was born in Paris in 1816, and died in Acquigny (Eure) in 1887. He studied under Baron Gros and Édouard Bertin, and made his debut at the Salon de Paris in 1834. He is known for landscapes of Normandy, and for witty interpretations of the fables of La Fontaine. There was an exhibition of the art of Philippe Rousseau at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 1993.

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Selected prints by PHILIPPE ROUSSEAU

Le singe alchemiste, 1868

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