Henri Rousseau- Surprised (Tiger), Frameless

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Detailed jungle scene, where the tiger makes an appearance to suprise its prey.

Rousseau was born at Laval and first worked as an inspector at a toll station on the outskirts of Paris (1871-85). From this his popular name 'le douanier' (the customs officer) is derived. He took seriously to painting after retirement and exhibited from 1886 at the Salon des Indépendants. He is best known for his jungle fantasy pictures, of which the Collection contains one example.

Now you can have fabulous artwork in a size to fit your space! The high-quality image resolution creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls.

Simply select a frame, then the desired size. You can go frameless, have a contemporary ‘rim’, or choose a classic frame for the finishing touch. Your finished piece will be made up and delivered within 14 working days.

Handmade from FSC-certified ash wood, the rims and frames come in a choice of a light natural colour, or a chocolate brown stain. Each is finished with a wax coating that protects and shows off the natural grain.

Framing options, explained:

  • Frameless: A canvas print stretched onto a concealed wooden frame. Gives your walls a sophisticated ‘gallery’ look.
  • Rim: A stretched canvas print sat in a chunky and substantial wooden panel. Creates a ‘boxed’ look when hung from the wall.
  • Frame: A giclée print on paper presented in a high-quality white mount, wooden frame moulding, and clear acrylic glazing.
All are ready to hang.

In line with our timber policy, the wood is from sustainable managed sources.

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Artist
Henri Rousseau
Art Movement
Romanticism
Brand
The National Gallery for John Lewis
Eligible for International Delivery
NO
size
40 x 50cm
Subject
Animals

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Editor's Notes

The National Gallery, London, is one of the world’s great collections of pre-twentieth century art. John Lewis has worked with The National Gallery to create a special selection of details from some of the greatest paintings in the collection. The details provide a different and unusual perspective and make the image an ideal decorative accent for contemporary interiors. Using the same ink- jet printing process as The National Gallery, and with digital files that have been approved and colour corrected in conjunction with the gallery, our collection is produced to the highest possible quality for colour and detail. A percentage of each sale is paid to the National Gallery to help maintain this important institution.

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Frameless

  • 40 x 50cm

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  • 82 x 110cm

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