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Boy on the Rocks was created anywhere from 1895-1897 by Henri Rousseau. The boy in the painting is the only one present in the entire area. He is sitting on top of jagged looking rocks that are piled all around him. Behind the boy is a light blue sky that does not appear to have any clouds in it.

 

The boy is wearing a black cloak and black boots. He is also wearing black and white striped pants and a matching shirt, which could very well be pajamas. His expression is slightly smiling, but his lips are fully closed. The boy's cheeks are also rosy and red, which makes his face look flush against the pale background.

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Boy on the Rocks was created anywhere from 1895-1897 by Henri Rousseau. The boy in the painting is the only one present in the entire area. He is sitting on top of jagged looking rocks that are piled all around him. Behind the boy is a light blue sky that does not appear to have any clouds in it.   The boy is wearing a black cloak and black boots. He is also wearing black and white striped pants and a matching shirt, which could very well be pajamas. His expression is slightly smiling, but his lips are fully closed. The boy's cheeks are also rosy and red, which makes his face look flush against the pale background.

Henri Julien Félix Rousseau was a French Post-Impressionist painter in the Naïve or Primitive manner. He was also known as Le Douanier, a humorous description of his occupation as a toll collector.   Although he had ambitions to become a famous academic painter, Rousseau instead became the virtual opposite: the quintessential "naïve" artist. Largely self-taught, Rousseau developed a style that evidenced his lack of academic training, with its absence of correct proportions, one-point perspective, and use of sharp, often unnatural colors. Such features resulted in a body of work imbued with a sense of mystery and eccentricity.


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