Kept in mind for such past due nineteenth-century functions as IN THE HOME (alternate name: Intimacy) and Portrait of Henry Davison, this Swiss portrait artist qualified at Paris’ renowned Académie Julian and shown her just work at the famed Paris Salon. Though created in Munich, Germany, she grew up mainly in Zurich, Switzerland, where her dad taught medication and offered as the University or college of Zurich’s mind obstetrician and gynecologist. She started sketching during her child years, long periods which had been spent bedridden because of severe asthma. Created Maria Luise Katharina Breslau, she later on transformed her name to Louise Catherine Breslau. She resided for over four years with her creative muse and Académie Julian classmate, Madeleine Zillhardt. She was a modern of the popular French Impressionist Edgar Degas.