Most of us had our first introduction to landscape painting by watching PBS's Bob Ross, the bushy-Afroed, effervescent painter who made those "happy little trees." But long before the lovable Ross, there was Gustave Courbet, a prolific 19th-century French artist whose inventive use of brush, palette knife, rags and his fingers inspired later artists such as Paul Cezanne and Jackson Pollock. Courbet is now a recognized giant in the art world, and you can... More >>>