bonheur

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  • For the same visit, he arranged a sojourn to Scotland where Bonheur made sketches for later works.
  • There are two French versions of Bonheur d'occasion.
  • Que l'un preserve l'autre, et que le bonheur recompense le courage! Cited from Jacques, by George Sand
  • Auber lived on for another ten years and composed three more operas, including Le premier jour de bonheur, his last major success.
  • Bonheur did not exhibit at the Salon until 1899, a few weeks before her death. Cited from Women in the fine arts, by Clara Erskine Clement
  • That is why Rosa Bonheur stands first among women artists of all time: she worked to please her Other Self. Cited from Little Journeys To The Homes Of English Authors, by Elbert Hubbard
  • The entire Bonheur family were artists, and all were moral and genuinely sympathetic. Cited from Women of Modern France, by Hugo P. Thieme
  • Originally, the Abekawa brothers didn't like Bonheur and its staff because they feel their little sister likes the shop better than their own.
  • Isidore Bonheur found a greater market for his work in the mid-nineteenth century in England versus France.
  • Il ne m'etait pas reserve d'avoir un plus grand bonheur. Cited from George Sand et ses amis, by Abert Le Roy
  • Rosa Bonheur was not trying to work like a woman, or like a man, or unlike either, but to do her work thoroughly and well. Cited from Women and the Alphabet, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • Il y a le courage du bonheur, comme il y a le courage du malheur. Cited from La sagesse et la destinee, by Maurice Maeterlinck
  • La religion fait la force des empires; la religion fait le bonheur des peuples. Cited from Hist. de la Revolution francaise, Tm. 1, A. Thiers
  • It would be difficult to make any comparison between her and Rosa Bonheur, their respective spheres of art being so different. Cited from Women of Modern France, by Hugo P. Thieme
  • More and more the critics praised, and the pathway of the Bonheur family grew less thorny. Cited from Lives of Girls Who Became Famous, by Sarah Knowles Bolton
  • A most charming picture is drawn of the life of the Bonheur family in the years when Rosa was making her progressive steps. Cited from Women in the fine arts, by Clara Erskine Clement
  • And now Raymond Bonheur very wisely decided not to make plans for his child for a time, but see what was her natural tendency. Cited from Lives of Girls Who Became Famous, by Sarah Knowles Bolton
  • Il y va du bonheur et de l'existence d'Anne et de ses enfants. Cited from Anna Karenina, by Lev Nikolaevica Tolstoi
  • Who, in our times, stands higher on the list of artists than Rosa Bonheur or Miss Hosmer? Cited from Woman: Man's Equal, by Thomas Webster
  • She studied and worked with French artist Rosa Bonheur.
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Words starting with bonheur

Meaning of bonheur

  • noun (french) happiness and good humor