Henri Rousseau - Le lion, ayant faim, se jette sur l’antilope, 1898/1905
|Art Club price (10%)||CHF 4.40|
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Henri Rousseau’s position as a painter in Paris around 1900 might be summed up by the title of this work: The Hungry Lion Throws Itself on the Antelope. Having been the butt of ridicule and scorn in the late 1800s, at the start of the 1900s Henri Rousseau found himself a revered artist of the avant-garde. His breakthrough came in 1905 with The Hungry Lion.
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|Size||16.8 x 12 cm with envelope|