Bonheur, Rosa (b. 1822)

Bonheur, Rosa, a celebrated French animal painter, born at Bordeaux; brought up in poverty from ill-fortune; taught by her father; exhibited when she was 19; her best-known works are the “Horse Fair” and the “Hay Harvest in Auvergne,” “Ploughing with Oxen,” considered her masterpiece; through the Empress Eugenie she received the Cross of the Legion of Honour; during the siege of Paris her studio was spared by order of the Crown Prince; (b. 1822).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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