|Title:||Recollections of Henri Rousseau|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Pallas Athene (November 1, 2005)|
Jacobo said: Un retrato amable no con pinceladas pero con palabras afectuosas de una persona. Henri Rousseau was the first naïve artist in the history of Western art to be recognized for his true worth. His paintings have now entered popular consciousness to such an extent that it is difficult to imagine how strongly they were resisted at the time.
The paintings of Henri Rousseau (1844–1910), particularly his astonishing jungle dreams, are now so popular that it is difficult to realize how they were originally greeted with ridicule and incomprehension. It was not until Rousseau was championed by the young avant-garde-Picasso, Delaunay, and Kandinsky, among others-that he came to be recognized at his true worth.
by Uhde, Wilhelm, 1874-1947. Publication date 1921. Topics Rousseau, Henri, 1844-1910. Publisher Dresden : R. Kaemmerer. Collection kellylibrary; toronto. Digitizing sponsor University of Toronto. Contributor Kelly - University of Toronto.
Wilhelm Uhde (28 October 1874, Friedeberg, Province of Brandenburg (now Poland) – 17 August 1947, Paris) was a German art collector, dealer, author and critic, an early collector of modernist painting, and a significant figure in the career of Henri Rousseau. Uhde studied law in Dresden but switched to art history, studying in Munich and Florence before moving to Paris in 1904
Rousseau, Henri, 1844-1910: Exposition Henri Rousseau : du lundi 28 octobre au samedi 9 novembre 1912. Rousseau, Henri, 1844-1910: La comédienne amoureuse.
Wilhelm Uhde was a German art collector, dealer, author and critic, an early collector of modernist painting, and a significant. Posts About Wilhelm Uhde. lt;p
Henri Rousseau was the first naive artist in the history of Western art to be recognized for his true worth. It was Uhde who mounted the first exhibition of Rousseau's work, and the catalog he wrote for the occasion is the basis of the Recollections.