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The Google Doodle commemorates the 200th birthday of French painter Rosa Bonheur

With a striking image, Google Doodle commemorated the 200th birthday of French painter Rosa Bonheur. Rosa Bonheur is depicted as she paints a flock of sheep on canvas.

On March 16, Google Doodle commemorated the 200th birthday of French painter Rosa Bonheur with a beautiful design. Rosa Bonheur is depicted as she paints a flock of sheep on canvas.

Rosa Bonheur was born in Bordeaux, France on March 16, 1822. Her father, a small landscape painter, aided her early artistic instruction. Even though her ambitions for a career in the arts were unusual for a woman at the time, Bonheur attentively followed the evolution of creative traditions via years of careful study and sketching before immortalizing them on canvas.

From 1841 through 1853, Bonheur’s reputation as an animal painter and sculptor increased, with several of her works presented at the prestigious Paris Salon. Scholars believe her professional career began with an 1849 display of “Plowing in Nivernais,” a government commission in France’s Musée Nationale du Château de Fontainebleau.

Bonheur achieved international renown in 1853 with her painting “The Horse Fair,” which represented the Paris horse market. Her most well-known painting is still on display in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
In 1865, the French Empress Eugénie awarded Bonheur the Legion of Honor, one of the nation’s most prestigious awards, recognizing this iconic artwork. Rosa’s great career influenced a new generation of female artists.
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