Henri Rousseau – French Naïve Post-Impressionist Painter

Henri Rousseau (1844-1910) was a French Post-Impressionist painter whose work is characterized by the term “Naïve” which implies art without a formal training or degree. Rousseau was only recognized for his self-taught generous after years of criticism for his non-serious, childish art style. One of his more popular scenes is that of jungles, yet he never left his native France to see one in person. A particular style that he invented is that of a portrait landscape which combines a view of a favorite pa

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

The Snake Charmer

The Dream

The Sleeping Gypsy

Exotic Landscape

Fight Between a Tiger and a Buffalo

The Flamingos

The Football Players

Bouquet of Flowers

Boy on the Rocks

Scout Attacked by a Tiger

Portrait of Joseph Brummer

Woman Walking in an Exotic Forest

Bouquet of Flowers with an Ivy Branch

Le Moulin

Mandrill in the Jungle

Liberty Inviting Artists to Take Part


Portrait of the Artist’s Second Wife with a Lamp

Self Portrait of the Artist with a Lamp

The Boat in the Storm

The Centenary of Independence


Carnival Evening

Tiger in a Tropical Storm

View of the Bridge at Sevres

Old Juniet’s Cart