What type of artist was Rousseau?
What were the ideas of Rousseau?
Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a Swiss Enlightenment philosopher with some radical ideas. He argued passionately for democracy, equality, liberty, and supporting the common good by any means necessary. While his ideas may be utopian (or dystopian), they are thought-provoking and can inform modern discourse.
What was Henri Rousseau known for?
2, 1910, Paris), French painter who is considered the archetype of the modern naive artist. He is known for his richly coloured and meticulously detailed pictures of lush jungles, wild beasts, and exotic figures. After exhibiting with the Fauves in 1905, he gained the admiration of avant-garde artists.
Was Jean Jacques Rousseau a painter?
Jacques Rousseau (4 June 1630 – 16 December 1693) was a French painter.
Henri Rousseau (the painter) not Jean-Jacques Rousseau (the philosopher)!!!! this is a catastrophically inaccurate tweet from the Met Museum. Not only that, Henri Rousseau was part of Napoleon III army that invaded Mexico, he crossed the jungle of Veracruz to get to Puebla where the dreamy crazy vegetation comes from.
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