John Peter Russell

Russell was an Australian artist and friend of the Impressionists of whom Rodin said would be as famous as himself and their friend Monet.  Matisse said Russell had taught him everything he knew about colour.  During their lifetimes Russell was more successful than his friend, the unknown  Van Gogh.  What reversed this situation?

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