Robert Seldon Duncanson — The Sad Fate Of The Greatest African-American Romantic Painter

A Dream of Italy (1865) by Robert Seldon Duncanson. Oil on canvas, 52.3 cm x 88.9 cm.

During the 19th-century, the Romantic movement gave the world numerous highly talented artists around Europe and outside its borders. Their visions on this movement might have been different, but they all followed the same idea — nature is a mighty force, and its majestic scenery deserves to be depicted in a most accurate way.

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