ROSA BONHEUR (French): Reclining Ox, 1849. Metropolitan Museum of Art. She left Paris in 1860 settling in the Forest of Fontaineblue where she was surrounded by her animals both domestic and some wild lions, bears and others until her death. Her exhibits and awards include the Great Exhibit of London in 1862, the Paris Exposition Universelle 1867, and the Chicago Words Colombian Exposition in 1893. She signed her bronzes Rosa B.
Elisabeth Sonrel 1874-1953 made portraits of women that have both a certain Pre-Raphaelite intensity and an affinity to French symbolist painting. Her breakthrough came at the 1900 Paris Universal World Exposition.
Suchard Chocolate Ad c1937 - Philippe Suchard (9 October 1797 – 14 January 1884) was a Swiss chocolatier and industrialist. His success came in 1842, with a bulk order from Frederick William IV, king of Prussia, who was also the prince of Neuchâtel. This triggered a boom and soon his chocolates won prizes at the London Great Exhibition of 1851 and the Paris Universal Exposition of 1855.