British & Continental Art

September 1116, 2021
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LOT 118

Lot 118

Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)

Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)
Lot 118 Details
Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891), French


Oil on panel; signed and dated 1856 lower left
15.25 ins x 26.75 ins; 38.7 cms x 67.9 cms

Estimate $1,500-$2,000

Realised: $1,200
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)
  • Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)
  • Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)
  • Juliette Peyrol-Bonheur (1830-1891)

Prominent Private Family Collection, Dundas, ON


Juliette Peyrol Bonheur was the sister of the French painter and sculptor Rosa Bonheur, the most prominent of three siblings in the Bonheur family who became artists specializing in depictions of animals. Juliette was a skilled animal painter whose work is in the collection of the Bordeaux Museum of Art in France. She married Hippolyte Peyrol who had a bronze foundry and issued Rosa’s sculptures as well as those of their brother, Isidore-Jules Bonheur (1827-1901).


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LOT 118

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  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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