The Forest of Clairbois
Théodore Rousseau - circa 1836-1839
800 x 510 • 75 KB
This painting is typical of Rousseau's forest scenes. He shows a detailed analysis of trees and forest growth. It is believed that this picture was done in the studio despite the painter's long stints in the country in order to capture the soul of the forest.
Owner/Location: Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC)  (United Kingdom - Glasgow)
Dates: circa 1836-1839
Artist age:Approximately 27 years old.
Dimensions: Height: 65.4 cm (25.75 in.), Width: 104.1 cm (40.98 in.)
Medium: Painting - oil on canvas
Entered by: Member laure9 on 02 August 2008.
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