(1856 - 1942)
Anna Elizabeth Klumpke was active/lived in Massachusetts, California / France. Anna Klumpke is known for portrait, figure, genre and landscape painting.
Biography Anna Klumpke
Born in San Francisco in 1856, Anna became enamored by the celebrated
French animal painter Rosa Bonheur, a giant among woman painters.
Anna's mother arranged for her to study in Switzerland, then the family
moved to Paris. There she and her sisters often sat around a
large table, focused on sewing while one of her sisters would read
aloud. Anna executed a copy of Rosa Bonheur's Plowing in Nivernais in the Musée du Luxembourg, which became for her a talisman.
In 1882 she entered the Académie Julian to study under Jules-Joseph
Lefebvre and Tony Robert-Fleury. Right away, Klumpke's works were
accepted in the Paris Salon, beginning with An Eccentric in
1882. By 1885 she rece
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