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Rosa Bonheur, a pioneering French painter. This, Bonheur’s best-known painting, shows the horse market held in Paris on the tree-lined Boulevard de l’Hôpital, near the asylum of Salpêtrière, which is visible in the left background. For a year and a half Bonheur sketched there twice a week, dressing as a man to discourage attention. Bonheur was well established as an animal painter when the painting debuted at the Paris Salon of 1853

Rosa Bonheur, a pioneering French painter. This, Bonheur’s best-known painting…

Lee Caroline - A World of Inspiration: The exquisite animal paintings of Ester Curini

Ester Curini is an exhibiting artist at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York, NY. View Artworks by Ester Curini

Alexandre François Desportes (French, 1661–1743). Panthers of Bacchus Eating Grapes, ca. 1719–20. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1906 (07.225.287)

panthers of bacchus eating grapes. oil painting on cardboard - study by alexandre françois desportes for a panel of a folding savonnerie tapestry screen, or paravent, which was first woven at the chaillot workshops in Paris in

by Carl Reichert (1836–1918), Austrian animal painter. - The Era of the Romantic Cat Illustrations...

Carl Reichert (Austrian animal painter) 1836 - 1918 The Kittens Recital, 1908 oil on panel 33 x 40 cm.

Molly Brett, Twilight Dance Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Molly Brett, Twilight Dance Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Summer Sports-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Summer Sports-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Teddy Bears Playtime-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Teddy Bears Playtime-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Over the Heather-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

Over the Heather-Artist Molly Brett- (1912-1990) Molly Brett grew up in a country district of Surrey, the daughter of Mary Gould Brett, a gifted animal painter. She had little formal training but, after a correspondence course, started illustrating and writing children's books. She worked in watercolour and pen and pencil and was a member of the Society of Authors, the Women's Institute, and the local Lunch Club and Art Society.

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