Rousseau (1844-1910) was a catalyst in the creation of the Naive (or Primitive) style during the Post Impressionism movement. His paintings express innocence, clarity, and color; while at the same time a subtle undertone and acceptance of the struggle and harshness inherant in being a creature alive in the world. Employed as a civil servant, he did not devote himself full-time to painting until the age of 49. It's believed he never left France, yet he revelled in painting tropical and jungle scenes summoned from imagination and subconscious, as well as painting his own Parisian suburban environs. Picasso, passing used canvases to be painted over for sale on the street, noted the brilliance in one of the paintings and sought out the artist; it was Rousseau. Why just hang art prints and posters on the wall? Turn your computer into a digital picture frame of famous masterpieces by history's greatest artists. Like strolling through the great art museums and art galleries of the world. As beautiful as any Giclee prints. An elegant touch to your environments interior designs. Inspirational and educational. Add these screensavers to your computer's collection of themes and wallpapers.
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