The plight of the precursor. It's better than not being remembered at all, but the word damns with faint praise. Consider <strong>Theodore Rousseau</strong>, precursor to Monet and Cezanne&nbsp;

The plight of the precursor. It&#39;s better than not being remembered at all, but the word damns with faint praise. Consider Theodore Rousseau, precursor to Monet and
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The plight of the precursor. It's better than not being remembered at all, but the word damns with faint praise. Consider Theodore Rousseau, precursor to Monet and Cezanne 

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