Boy on the Rocks
Boy On The Rocks (French: Garçon sur les rochers) is a painting by Henri Rousseau. It was created during 1895–7. The painting was purchased by art collector Chester Dale in 1927 and was subsequently bequeathed to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in 1963.
Only a child can so bestride the world with such ease, and only a childlike artist with a simple, naïve vision can understand this elevation and make us see it as dauntingly true.
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