The Sleeping Gypsy (French: La Bohémienne endormie) is an 1897 oil painting
by French Naïve artist Henri Rousseau (1844–1910). It is a fantastical depiction ...
Rousseau described the subject of The Sleeping Gypsy thus: "A wandering ... jar
beside her (a vase with drinking water), overcome by fatigue in a deep sleep.
The Sleeping Gypsy is created by Henri Rousseau at 1897. With a mysterious
poetry, the lion visits the gypsy woman and her mandolin in this masterful ...
Feb 26, 2013 ... Henri Rousseau was a French post-impressionist. His most famous work, The
Sleeping Gypsy, is also one of the most widely recognized ...
Jul 22, 2011 ... It was the 1897 painting called The Sleeping Gypsy by French painter, Henri
Rousseau. The work of art was vivid, calm, and serene. It depicted ...
The Sleeping Gypsy (1897). Artwork description & Analysis: This painting's
departure from Rousseau's usual subject matter led many to declare it a forgery,
The Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau (Le Douanier) (1897): Interpretation of
Naif Outsider Art.
Video created by The University of Melbourne for the course "Sexing the Canvas:
Art and Gender". This week Professor Barbara Creed explores the ...
Rousseau described the subject of The Sleeping Gypsy: “A wandering Negress,
a mandolin player, lies with her jar beside her (a vase with drinking water), ...
The Sleeping Gypsy Artist Henri Rousseau Year 1897 Medium Oil on canvas
Location Museum of Modern Art Dimensions 51.0 in × 79.0 in 1.