Definition of Rousseau, Théodore in English:

Rousseau, Théodore

Line breaks: Théo|dore Rous|seau
Pronunciation: /ˈruːsəʊ
, ʀuso/
( 1812–67), French painter; full name Pierre Étienne Théodore Rousseau. A leading landscapist of the Barbizon School, his works typically depict the scenery and changing light effects of the forest of Fontainebleau, for example Under the Birches, Evening (1842-4).

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