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paintings awarded , to "A her Bull j . rod " actions would in clay . have ; In one raised 1844 of , the she her many to exhib hi proofs ited h , rank "with she ha her ©
scul given tor of powers had she that not , at length ? been definitivel a y drawn g hy as the a combined p , attractions of form and colorinto the ranks of the
, painters lendid . collection In 1845 , _> flanked she exhibited by the works no less of than her twelve fatheT paintings and of her , a
productions brother sp Auguste were , accompanied then of admitted whom by then for those the first of first her appeared father time . and In 1846 scul berth ptor , her her
the the brothers admission famil , y the group younger of her being . comp sister leted , , in Julietta a subsequent , who had exhibition as returned a , b to y _^ younger 1849 her
Paris , and had also become an artist- In , magnificent Committee " Cantal Oxen of Awards took the proclaiming gold medal . the Horac new e Vernet laureat , President in presence of the o £
the which a brilliant government laced crowd her , with ostensibl of amateurs a , superb in , Sevres and the hi presenting vase hest ; the rank her value of , in her of the a profession triump name of h y g
being p immeasurably enhanced , in her eyes , by the unbounded nated deli Raymond ght by it afforded the Bonheur joy to of Government _, her released his father daug from . hter School pecuniary ' s success of Desi difficulty , had for , accepted and irls rejuve and the
his resumed Directorshi health his p had palette of the been with undermined all the ardour by the of fati his gues younger gn and anxieties days g . , But he of heart diseasel
had borne so long , and he died , in 1849 , , deepy regretted by his family . her father in the School of Desi
Rosawho had aided gn-, was now made , its Directress , a post which she still holds ; her sister ? now Madame Peyrol , being the resident professor , and Rosa superinlesson
tending Her alread the classes y brilliant in a reputation weekly was . still farther in enhanced the Nivernais hy the
ordered appearance h , the in 1849 Government , of her noble and now " Ploug in hing the Scene Lcixembourg Gallery " ; of the " Horse y Market " in 1853 , , the preparatory studies for which
occup 1855 ied : the her enthusiasm during eig created hteen months by the ; and last the two " works Hay Making being " still in
fresh More and fortunate vivid in than the public mind other . great artists , whose merits have
_Dffcen been more slowly many acknowledged , Rosa Bonheur has been , from ier first appearancea favorite with the public . The vigorous
ori' _ginality letails of , her her perfect artand , mastery the charm of the of technicalities a style at once and so mechanical fresh , so
simp _productions le , yet , so from profoundl , the commencement y and poetically of true exhibited her , career have in ensured , a all sympathetic for five her
ippreciation mintings ; and and has a rap produced id sale . many She more has which have not these , thirty been work -
exlibited , being purchased by private amateurs . In s
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