The first painting, “Under the Birches, Evening”, is done by Pierre Etienne Theodore Rousseau. He was born on April 15, 1812 in Paris, France. His family saw that he had great potential in being an artist and since their business was profiting, they were trying to make sure their son would achieve at what he is good at ("Pierre Etienne Theodore Rousseau”). He was good at what he liked which was drawing landscapes. “However, he did not base his style on classically inspired landscapes as it was in Italy; instead he drew from his inspiration of a 17th century Dutch landscape” (Art of the Middle Ages and Renaissance). This means that he went against norms and standards of drawing a landscape and did his own style. As the title suggest it was an evening when he painted it. The surrounding that he chose was rocky and because it was during the evening it created a more dark imagery or perhaps that is how he saw it. Later on he switched his style and started drawing his pictures lighter and not as dark and scary ("Pierre Etienne Theodore Rousseau”). However, this was the best of his work that is bein...
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