|Name Rosa Schweninger|
|Born 1849Vienna, Austria|
Education University of Applied Arts Vienna
Rosa Schweninger (1849–1918) was an Austrian painter. She was a member of a Viennese family of artists, which included her father, Carl Schweninger the Elder.
She studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna with Frederick Sturm from 1869 to 1871. Her work includes portraits and florals.
Her paintings were shown at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair & Exposition.
The Zwei Lieder, op. 20, by Viennese composer Bertha von Brukenthal are dedicated to her. Schweninger's portrait of von Brukenthal is held by the Brukenthal National Museum in Sibiu, Romania.