Anton Rudolf Mauve (September, 18, 1838 – February, 5, 1888) was a Dutch painter. Mauve was a realist and the leader of the so called The Hague school of art. Most of his paintings are depicting men and animals in different surroundings, and all of them are marked with undoubted vestiges of realism. Among his works are: "Milking Time, "A Fishing Boat putting to Sea" (both - exhibited at Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam), "Changing Pasture" (1880), "Morning Ride". He was Vincent van Gogh's cousin-by-law - he married his cousin Jet Carbentus in 1870.