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Name Bonheur, Raimond
Life Dates 1796-1849
Nationality French
Geographic location(s) Bordeaux, France
Occupation Painting
Drawing
Teaching
Notes Raimond Bonheur was an artist who taught landscape painting and drawing to art students, including his daughter, well-known painter Rosa Bonheur. He also was a devout member of the Saint Simeon Society, a utopian organization that questioned society's views on work, property, marriage, and the role of women in society.
Role Artist

Associated Records

Image of Map Collection - 2016.6.14

Map Collection - 2016.6.14

"Asie," steel engraving of a map by Victor Levasseur, published in the Atlas Universel Illustré, Paris, Chez A. Combette, rue de la Parcheminerie, 15, 1832. Engraved by Guillaume Laguillermie and illustrated by Raimond Bonheur. Printed lower left: Geographe et Statistique par V. Levasseur, Ingénieur Géographe Printed lower center: Gravé par Laguillermie, rue st. Jacques, 82 Printed lower right: Illustré par Raimond Bonheur, peintre. Printed lower right: A Paris, Chez A. Combette, Editeur, rue de la Parcheminerie, 15. Printed lower left: Imie Lemercier, rue de Seine, 57-Paris