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Nature's mother attractiviness at 'Van Gogh, Rousseau,Corot'.In het Bos.' exhibition,Amsterdam.

Theodore Rousseau and Camille Corot the French painters where among who retreated to the Forest of Foutainebleau in order to paint its stunning beauty which never was changed.
Trees,vegetation and the play of light and shade on the foliage and the ground were the artistic compelling with the exciting that attract them to describe it's beauty.
Vincent van Gogh worked also as much as possible out of doors,in the midst of nature, without fail in the midst of nature, invariably directing his gaze at the trees, woodland and undergrowth.
                    This summer Van Gogh's Museum Amsterdam,The Netherlands exhibition 
                                         From 7 July to 10 September 2017,
                       display works by Van Gogh, Rousseau and Corot with artworks from the collection of the Van Gogh Museum and others but also from The Mesdag Collection,
under the title:'Van Gogh, Rousseau, Carot'.

                                Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890).