S: Visual Arts 1 Final Project
BC: Created By Lance Buchanan Visual Arts 1 Spring Semester 2011
FC: Rosa Bonheur | http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_uJqX6DgOrjY/SvfKPAfJ2PI/AAAAAAAAAdc/C4wtOYxQrk4/s400/Rosa+Bonheur+(French,+1822+-+1899).jpg
1: Dedicated to sweet Mrs. Williams. | http://bkwilliams.blogspot.com/ | For all of her hard work and dedication to RHS's art program.
2: She was born March 16th, 1822 in Bordeaux, France.. She was one of four children She was Trained to be an artist when she was young. She was influenced by her Father. | http://www.artfund.org/assets/image/artwork/enlarged/004529_011742_0.jpg | Consuelo Fould (1862 - 1927) Leeds Art Gallery 1894 Medium: oil on canvas Dimensions: 131 x 95 cm
3: Rosa wanted to look more masculine.. She succeeded with her defiant personality leading to her dressing as a male, cutting her hair short, along smoking cigarettes and cigars to obtain this goal.. She wanted to look more masculine because she wanted artistic authority. Which was rarely given to a female during the nineteenth century. | http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_HnprcDWoluo/TB-NA6Vn33I/AAAAAAAAEBI/iU1TVMFUtI8/s1600/rosabetter.jpg
4: http://www.rehs.com/rosa_bonheur_couching_lion.html | Couching Lion Oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches Signed and dated '72
5: Stag in an Autumn Landscape | http://www.canvasreplicas.com/images/Stag%20in%20an%20Autumn%20Landscape%20Rosa%20Bonheur.jpg | Plowing in Nivernais | Rosa Bonheur established herself as an “animalier.” She believed that every living thing had a soul.. Cows, lions, sheep, deer, and even chickens. | Original Dimensions: 133.4 x 259.1 cm | http://www.artinthepicture.com/artists/Rosa_Bonheur/plowing.jpeg | http://www.artinthepicture.com/artists/Rosa_Bonheur/plowing.jpeg
6: Rosa began training as an artist when she was thirteen years old with her father. She never attended a formal art class. | http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/images/rosa_bonheur.jpg
7: She debuted at the Paris Salon in 1841. Her first pieces of artwork to be put inside of the salon were mainly goats and sheep along with rabbits nibbling on carrots. This began a long line of works exhibited at the Salon.
8: When Rosa was just 23 years old, she had already put eighteen works of art into the salon. | Sheep in Highlands Location:Unknown Medium:Oil Painting on Canvas | http://www.oceansbridge.com/oil-paintings/product/73040/sheepinthehighlands1856
9: Rosa Bonheur didn't only paint animals. Although she was animalier, Rosa also painted landscapes. She never strayed too far away from animals and landscapes. | http://www.saleoilpaintings.com/paintings-image/rosa-bonheur/rosa-bonheur-landscape.jpg | Oil painting of "rosa bonheur landscape"
10: Rosa Bonheur was not only known for her paintings but for her sculptures. . | http://www.metmuseum.org/Imageshare/es/regular/154142.jpg
11: http://www.artvibrations.com/AVarchive/images/RosaBonheur_1297765002.jpg | http://www.artvibrations.com/AVarchive/images/RosaBonheur_1297765797.jpg | Like her paintings, her sculptures consisted of animals. | Her sculptors were made of bronze and are not sought out by collectors today.
12: In 1859, she moved from Paris and built a new home near the forest of Fontainebleau.
13: She opened her home in Fontainebleau during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71. She never actually served in the war, however she assisted others.
14: Rosa continued to work on sketches and paintings for the next forty years until her death on May 25th, 1899. She was seventy-eight years old.
15: http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/j/Rosa%20Bonheur.jpg | After Rosa’s death, Anna Klumpke went through her studio and found 892 paintings. They were sold after her death for two million francs.
16: Rosa Bonheur "But the suit I wear is my work attire, and nothing else."
17: "Rosa Bonheur - Biography, Quotations & Art - The Art History Archive." The Lilith Gallery of Toronto. Web. 31 May 2011.