Imaginary Landscape

Gaspard Dughet French

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Gaspard Dughet was Poussin’s brother-in-law. He learned to paint from him and was also later, confusingly, known as "Gaspard Poussin." His landscapes are usually wilder versions of Poussin’s classical visions, closer in temperament to the paintings of Salvator Rosa, with rocky outcrops and blasted trees.

Imaginary Landscape, Gaspard Dughet (French, Rome 1615–1675 Rome), Oil on canvas

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