Louise Joséphine Bourgeois was a well known French American artist and sculptor. She was born in Paris on December 25th in 1911. Later in life she moved to New York she married the American art historian Robert Goldwater in 1938. She became one of the leading American contemporary sculptors. She is one of the major artists of 20th and early 21st centuries. In 1990’s an appearance of a new figure came which was an obsession of the artist’s work which was a huge spider which she always identified with her mother. She most of the time named the spider as maman which means mother in French. In her early 20’s her mother passed away and she gave up studying mathematics and started learning more about art. Her father did not support her in that field and did not think she would do something with her life. She loved her mother dearly who was very supportive of her in every way. She was not on good terms with her father because he betrayed her mother by having an extramarital affair. While studying at Sorbonne her art professor told her she was a sculptor not a painter. Later in life her work was recognized and appreciated around the world. She died of heart attack in 2010 and till her 90’s she kept giving her best work.