New Delhi: Today, March 16, the famous French painter Rosa Bonheur Google is celebrating its 200th anniversary with its special Doodle. Doodles are always created by Google to highlight important events and the work of individuals around the world. Even today, Google has created a special doodle for Rosa’s birthday. Rosa’s successful career has inspired future generations of women in the arts. Google has created an animated sculpture of Rosa Bonhour depicting a flock of sheep on canvas in its doodle today. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.
Rosa was born on March 16, 1822, in Bordeaux, France. His father was also a painter. Rosa’s art education began at home. Rosa received her early art lessons from her father. Although her vision of a career in art was beyond the imagination of women of the time, Bonhair also spent many years developing artistic traditions and gradually created many great works of art on canvas with her own hands. In 1840, Bonher’s reputation as an animal painter and sculptor grew. Many of his paintings were also exhibited in the prestigious Paris Salon from 1841 to 1853.
In 1853, Rosa gained international fame with her painting “The Horse Fair”. It depicts the horse market in Paris. The painting was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York as one of his most famous works. In honor of this famous painting, Rosa was honored by the French Empress Eugenie in 1865 with one of the country’s most prestigious awards, the Bonher the Legion of Honor.