The Sleeping Gypsy (La Bohémienne endormie)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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In the painting, a vibrant moonlit scene unfolds under a deep blue sky sprinkled with stars. A solitary figure lies sleeping on a barren stretch of sand, draped in a colorful striped robe. Beside the sleeping figure, a large water jug and a stringed instrument rest, untouched. Intriguingly, a majestic lion, its mane rich and voluminous, stands over the figure, sniffing the air around the figure's head without disturbing their slumber. In the backdrop, the serene landscape features distant mountains bathed in moonlight, adding an element of calm isolation to the scene.


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Despite never attending a formal art school, Henri Rousseau (1844–1910) is wildly recognized as a self-taught genius, who left a lasting legacy to the avant-garde movement. Rousseau practiced painting and drawing by copying artworks in the art museums of Paris in his spare time. Since he never studied anatomy and perspective at an art school, he developed a unique artistic style known as 'Naive' or 'Primitive'. His paintings are often depicted in a childish or dreamlike manner with their vivid colors, ambiguous spaces, and non-realistic scale. Most of his signature paintings portray wild animals or human figures in the jungle. His artwork was not accepted by the conservative critics so he became a member of the Parisian artistic and literary avant-garde movement where his works extensively influenced several generations of avant-garde artists and surrealists.