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Ninet Century Contexts. 1999;20(4):489-502. doi: 10.1080/08905499908583461. Rosa Bonheur (1822-1899) was a commercially successful painter in an era her medals prominently when sitting for a portrait by Anna Klumpke in 1899.
Hailed as one of the foremost painters of the nineteenth century, Rosa Bonheu Rosa Bonheur, 1898 by Anna Klumpke. Though the subject matter of her paintings might seem commonplace to modern eyes, Bonheur lived an unprecedented and rather unorthodox life. She was born to a fairly wealthy French father, and, as we have seen before, was taught to paint by her father, who studied landscapes. Rosa Bonheur by Anna Elizabeth Klumpke Ten years later, in 1897 Anna wrote to Rosa Bonheur asking permission to paint her portrait. The two women met for the second time on June 16, 1898 at Rosa’s residence, the Chateau de By at Thomery on the edge of Fontainebleau Forest, which the artist had bought for herself in 1859 when she was at the Rosa Bonheur: The Artist's (Auto)Biographybrings this extraordinary woman to life in a unique blend of biography and autobiography.
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Rosa Bonheur: The Artist's (Auto)Biographybrings this extraordinary woman to life in a unique blend of biography and autobiography. Coupling her own memories with Bonheur's first-person account, Anna Klumpke, a young American artist who was Bonheur's lover and chosen portraitist, recounts how she came to meet and fall in love with Bonheur. Anna Klumpke, Portrait of Rosa Bonheur, 1898, oil on canvas 98.1 x 117.2 cm, Metropolitan Museum, New York Met in 1889 after the death of Nathalie Micas, American painter Anna Klumpke (1856 – 1942) came to the Castle of By to make several portraits of Rosa Bonheur and help her writing her memoirs.
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The portrait of the French artist Rosa Bonheur has been in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 1922. 
Title: Rosa Bonheur. Artist: Anna Klumpke (American, San Francisco, California 1856–1942 San Francisco, California) Date: 1898. Culture: American. Medium: Oil on canvas. Dimensions: 46 1/8 x 38 5/8 in. (117.2 x 98.1 cm) Credit Line: Gift of the artist, in memory of Rosa Bonheur, 1922.
During her lifetime, Rosa achieved great fame and recognition, living a Anna Klumpke, a young American artist who was Bonheur's lover and chosen portraitist, narrates Bonheur's life while preserving Bonheur's own spirited voice speaking out on such topics as gender formation, governmental intervention in the art world, the restrictiveness of dress codes, and the transgressive nature of female sexual companionship in a repressive society, Gretchen van Slyke's Anna Klumpke, Portrait of Rosa Bonheur (1898).
Anna Elizabeth Klumpke (October 28, 1856 – February 9, 1942) was an American portrait and genre painter born in San Francisco, California, United States. She is perhaps best known for her portraits of famous women including Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1889)  and Rosa Bonheur (1898).
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She also painted portraits of Bonheur … Nathalie Micas died in 1889, to Bonheur's great distress, but she soon befriended the American painter Anna Klumpke (1856-1942), with whom she would eventually live and who became her biographer.