Rosa Bonheur

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BONHEUR Rosa Study Of The Montségu

Auctionata /Aug 28, 2014
5,200.00 - 6,500.00
3,200.00

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Variants on Artist's name :

Bonheur Marie-Rosalie

 

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Rosa Bonheur - Horse In A Landscape

Rosa Bonheur - Horse In A Landscape

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Lot number: 77
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Rosa Bonheur, "Horse in a Landscape" oil on canvas. Signed lower left, "Rosa Bonheur". Canvas: 26"H x 32.25"W; Frame: 34.5"H x 40.75"W. Stretcher with red wax seal that reads, "Vente Rosa Bonheur 1900" Provenance: Rehs Galleries, Inc., New York; Private collection, New Jersey. Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899).
Rosa Bonheur - Studies Of Cows, Hens, Roosters, A Goose And A Sheep

Rosa Bonheur - Studies Of Cows, Hens, Roosters, A Goose And A Sheep

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Lot number: 2
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Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899) Studies of Cows, Hens, Roosters, a Goose and a Sheep signed with initials 'R. B' (lower left) oil on canvas 21 1/8 x 25 3/8 in. (53.7 x 64.4 cm.) Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 18 February 1993, lot 37. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION
Rosa Bonheur - Labourage Nivernais

Rosa Bonheur - Labourage Nivernais

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Lot number: 19
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Lot 19: Painting after Rosa Bonheur's 'Labourage nivernais', c. 1900 Description: Oil on canvas Presumably France, circa 1900 Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) - French animal painter Copy after the painting 'Labourage nivernais' by Rosa Bonheur dating 1849 Inscribed lower left 'Rosa Bonheur' Golden frame in the classical style Overall dimensions framed: 84 x 116 cm Visually good condition Finely executed copy after Rosa Bonheur's famous painting. The painting presented here was made by an unknown artist around the time 1900. It is a copy after a painting by French painter Rosa Bonheur titled 'Labourage nivernais', dated 1849, which nowadays is preserved in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) specialized in animal painting. According to that in our painting the cows plowing of the field are the main characters, standing in the foreground and covered by a gentle light. The painting is inscribed lower left 'Rosa Bonheur'. It shows some age-related signs of wear such as restorations in the area of the sky as well as retouching in some places of the image area, however, mostly only visible under UV light. In the lower right of the screen some color flaking, partially overpainted. Otherwise overall of good impression. Dimensions stretcher: 67 x 100 cm. Overall dimensions framed: 84 x 116 cm. The frame also shows slight signs of use. (cru)
Rosa Bonheur - Study Of The Montségu

Rosa Bonheur - Study Of The Montségu

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Lot number: 11
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Lot 11: Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899), Oil Study of the Montségur, c. 1850 Description: Oil on canvas France, around 1850 Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) - French painter Signed lower right 'Rosa Bonheur' Atmospheric mountain landscape study of the well-known animal painter Rosa Bonheur Beautiful wooden frame, partly leaf gilded Overall dimensions, framed: 44.5 x 58.5 cm Good condition Large-scale animal paintings by Rosa Bonheur fetch up to six-figure sums on the international art market; further attention is increasingly paid to her smaller landscape paintings and studies The present oil study was painted by the French artist Rosa Bonheur, possibly around 1850. It depicts the view of the Montségur, which is located in the eastern Pyrenees and preserves a medieval castle of the Cathars at the summit. Bonheur was a very successful animal painter in the 19th century and exhibited at the Paris Salon several times. In her later works she increasingly devoted herself to pure landscape painting; the present oil study is a beautiful example of her later interest. The painting is in good condition considering its age. It is signed lower right 'Rosa Bonheur' and with a seal 'VENTE 1900 ROSA BONHEUR' on the stretcher. The paint surface had recent intervention; traces of the old varnish have remained on the signature. There are a few scattered abrasions visible to the naked eye. Inspection under UV light reveals some areas of retouching, especially in the sky and on the edges, which have been covered with a circulating narrow strip of paper. The wooden frame is partly leaf gilded and only shows small traces of age and use. The framed work measures 44.5 x 58.5 cm and the size of the stretcher is 27.5 x 41 cm. Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) Rosa Bonheur was born in Bordeaux and represents one of the best animal painters of the 19th century. She received her artistic training from her father Raymond Bonheur (1796-1849), who was draftsman and landscape painter himself. Bonheur achieved the first successes with her depictions of cattle exhibited at the Paris Salon, in 1848/49. Only a few years later in 1853, she was acclaimed amongst the main artists of the Salon. Rosa Bonheur was a pioneer in her profession as a female painter and made her living from her artistic output. Her style is characterized by a bold realism and a great sense of well-observed nature. Amongst her major works, is to be stated the horse market, now exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The majority of her estate is preserved in the Musée de l'Atelier de Rosa Bonheur at the Château de By, close to Bordeaux.
Rosa Bonheur - Oil Study Of The Montségur

Rosa Bonheur - Oil Study Of The Montségur

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Lot number: 54
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The present oil study was painted by the French artist Rosa Bonheur, possibly around 1850. It depicts the view of the Montségur, which is located in the eastern Pyrenees and preserves a medieval castle of the Cathars at the summit. Bonheur was a very successful animal painter in the 19th century and exhibited at the Paris Salon several times. In her later works she increasingly devoted herself to pure landscape painting; the present oil study is a beautiful example of her later interest. The painting is in good condition considering its age. It is signed lower right ‘Rosa Bonheur’’’’ and with a seal ‘VENTE 1900 ROSA BONHEUR’’’’ on the stretcher. The paint surface had recent intervention; traces of the old varnish have remained on the signature. There are a few scattered abrasions visible to the naked eye. Inspection under UV light reveals some areas of retouching, especially in the sky and on the edges, which have been covered with a circulating narrow strip of paper. The wooden frame is partly leaf gilded and only shows small traces of age and use. The framed work measures 44.5 x 58.5 cm and the size of the stretcher is 27.5 x 41 cm. Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) Rosa Bonheur was born in Bordeaux and represents one of the best animal painters of the 19th century. She received her artistic training from her father Raymond Bonheur (1796-1849), who was draftsman and landscape painter himself. Bonheur achieved the first successes with her depictions of cattle exhibited at the Paris Salon, in 1848/49. Only a few years later in 1853, she was acclaimed amongst the main artists of the Salon. Rosa Bonheur was a pioneer in her profession as a female painter and made her living from her artistic output. Her style is characterized by a bold realism and a great sense of well-observed nature. Amongst her major works, is to be stated the horse market, now exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The majority of her estate is preserved in the Musée de l'Atelier de Rosa Bonheur at the Château de By, close to Bordeaux. Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899), Oil Study of the Montségur, c. 1850 Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899), Oil Study of the Montségur, c. 1850 Oil on canvas France, around 1850 Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) – French painter Signed lower right ‘Rosa Bonheur’’’’ Atmospheric mountain landscape study of the well-known animal painter Rosa Bonheur Beautiful wooden frame, partly leaf gilded Overall dimensions, framed: 44.5 x 58.5 cm Good condition Large-scale animal paintings by Rosa Bonheur fetch up to six-figure sums on the international art market; further attention is increasingly paid to her smaller landscape paintings and studies The present oil study was painted by the French artist Rosa Bonheur, possibly around 1850. It depicts the view of the Montségur, which is located ...
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