Rosa Bonheur  (French, 1822-1899) 


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Rosa Bonheur, Landscape with Cattle


Rosa Bonheur
Landscape with Cattle
Enchères : Apr 30, 2014
Dallas Auction Gallery
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Rosa Bonheur, The Horse Fair


Rosa Bonheur
The Horse Fair
M.S. Rau Antiques
Rosa Bonheur, White Horse and Chestnut Foal


Rosa Bonheur
White Horse and Chestnut Foal

Trigg Ison Fine Art
Rosa Bonheur, Monarch of the Forest


Rosa Bonheur
Monarch of the Forest

Robert Funk Fine Art
Rosa Bonheur, Horse in a Landscape


Rosa Bonheur
Horse in a Landscape
Rehs Galleries, Inc.
Rosa Bonheur, Le Labourage


Rosa Bonheur
Le Labourage

Galerie Michael


Rosa Bonheur
Schiller & Bodo
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Rosa Bonheur, Autoportrait


Rosa Bonheur
oil on cardboard


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Rosa Bonheur, Le mérinos


Rosa Bonheur
Le mérinos
bronze w/brown patina


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Rosa Bonheur, Highland cattle


Rosa Bonheur
Highland cattle, 1895
oil on panel


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1822   Born: Bordeaux, France (March 16th)
1843   Awarded Third Class Medal a State Commission for a painting. Paris Salon.
1848   Gold Medal of the First Class. Paris Salon.
1865   Cross of the Legion of Honour
  With the exhibition of her 1853 painting "The Horse Fair," Rosa Bonheur was established as one of the greatest animal painters of the 19th century and the most renowned female artist of her generation. Bonheur [nee Marie-Rosalie Bonheur] was born in Bordeaux, France. Her father, Oscar-Raymond Bonheur (1796-1849), was a trained painter and taught the fundamentals of art to Rosa and her brothers Auguste, Isidore, and sister Juliette. All four siblings pursued careers as artists; Isidore (1827-1901) gained acclaim as a sculptor, but Bonheur would prove to be the most successful of the family. Her father was an important influence both socially and artistically; she was later quoted as saying of him: “To his doctrines I owe my great and glorious ambition for the sex to which I proudly belong and whose independence I shall defend until my dying day.”
  In her later career, she was known for attending horse fairs, slaughterhouses and even participating in dissections to gain the most thorough and realistic understanding of animal anatomy. Her exceptional attention to detail and form made her a favourite in the Realist and Naturalist schools. Bonheur’s painstaking method of making art involved several sketches and studies; this technique was a classical and meticulous approach. Her artwork was conservative and well received.
1893   Chicago Words Colombian Exposition
1867   Paris Exposition Universelle
1862   Great Exhibit of London
1841 - 1843   Paris Salon. France.

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