Douanier Rousseau. Painter’s Paradise Lost
Douanier Rousseau. Painter’s Paradise Lost
Kristýna Brožová
260 CZK
Remaining pieces: 300

Published for the exhibition of the legendary French naïve painter, Henri Rousseau (1844–1910), the exhibition guide monitors the various themes of the artist’s oeuvre. The first of the introductory texts describes the artist’s life and friends, while the second one seeks to outline his reflection in the Czech milieu. Short and comprehensive abstracts in the catalogue part are accompanied with prime-quality reproductions of all the works on display – those by Henri Rousseau, nicknamed Le Douanier, and other great artists of the world such as Toyen, Emil Filla, Josef Čapek, Kamil Lhoták, Josef Šíma, Frida Kahlo, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Paul Signac, and Georges Seurat, with whom Rousseau is compared.

Czech-English edition, 136 pages, 69 reproductions

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