Painter of Bovine Poetry : Notes on Rosa Bonheur

Detail of Bonheur’s “Plowing in the Nivernais (Labourages nivernais)” c. 1850. Ringling Museum, Sarasota, Florida. Author photo of work in public domain.

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Kerry Dooley Young

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Journalist who digs kindness, art, food, cities, politics, history and business. Has visited museums on six continents, eaten in more than 60 nations.

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