About Henri Rousseau’s The Sleeping Gypsy
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Henri Rousseau painted this masterpiece in 1897.
The work depicts a woman gypsy mandolin player in the desert as she sleeps in the moonlight. There is a lion next to her smelling her but does not harm her.
Although there is danger, the woman is still able to fall asleep and have a pleasant dream as we can see from the branch in her arms and the smile on her face.
The artist might be expressing that we can make the best out of a bad situation and that the worst might not happen.
The painting in present day is at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
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About The Sleeping Gypsy Print
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About The Artist
Henri Rousseau was a French artist alive from 1844-1910. Rousseau was a tax collector who became a painter later in life. He was self-taught and went through long periods of time when many looked down on his work. Rousseau specialized in painting jungle scenes.