ROSA BONHEUR by Robyn Montana Turner


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In the same format as Georgia O'Keeffe (above), a biography of a painter (1822-99) known for her animal paintings in the realistic Academy style, whose subjects, drama, and often heroic treatment have special appeal for the young. The emphasis on the problems faced by women artists is repeated here; the text is informative but undistinguished (and it's ridiculous to state that the French Bonheur learned her letters by noticing that ""C"" stood for ""cow"" and ""B"" for ""bird""). Still, an adequate introduction to an artist of merit.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1991
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: "Little, Brown"