Swiss artist Jacques-Laurent Agasse (1767-1849) was an expert animal painter, especially equine subjects from the stately horse to the humble donkey.
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Swiss artist Louise Catherine Breslau (1856-1927) spent most of her artistic career in Paris, achieving a reputation for her creativity and skill, particularly in portraiture as well as genre scenes. Among her colleagues was Edgar Degas. In The Toilette, Breslau depicts her model and companion Madeleine Zillhardt.
Swiss master Ferdinand Hodler (1853-1918) portrayed the natural glory of the lakes and mountains of his homeland.