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Henri Rousseau 7h
The Fishermen and the Biplane, 1908
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Theodore Rousseau Nov 10
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Theodore Rousseau Nov 9
Valley in the Auvergne, 1830
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Henri Rousseau 16h
The Repast of the Lion, 1907
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Henri Rousseau 7h
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Alexander Schmidt 17h
I don’t know this book - but it is a great inspiration for a future project, tentatively titled: Why was right about (almost) everything.
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Theodore Rousseau 12h
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Theodore Rousseau 12h
The avenue of chestnut trees, 1837
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Theodore Rousseau Nov 4
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Theodore Rousseau 14h
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Karim Trudeau Nov 7
"Insults are the arguments employed by those who are in the wrong." Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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Theodore Rousseau Nov 9
Mountainous landscape in Cantal, 1830
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Marianne Griffith 17h
Henri 's Fantasy World - (7 pages) The Football Players, Lesson
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Henri Rousseau Nov 8
Landscape in Montsouris Park with five figures, 1910
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Anne Camozzi 10h
Grazie Luna and a goodnight to all this full moon night Henri 🎨
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Henri Rousseau Nov 5
View of the Outskirts of Paris, 1896
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Henri Rousseau Nov 3
Liberty Inviting Artists to Take Part in the 22nd Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, 1906
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Mikaël Soinne Nov 8
John Connery.
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Henri Rousseau Nov 4
Bouquet of Flowers with an Ivy Branch, 1909
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Tim Suttle Nov 8
“The passage from the state of nature to the civil [civilized] state produces a remarkable change in man by substituting justice for instinct … giving his acts the morality they previously lacked. He is deprived of some advantages… but he gains others so great.”
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