Alfred Rudolph (1881–1942) was a French-American, early 20th century artist, who worked in California and Arizona primarily etching, lithography, and graphite. His work focused on desert environments, mountains, plants, and romantic landscapes.
Alfred Rudolph was born Alfred Rudolph Otto Johannes Bruenauer-Lippert in Alsace-Loraine, France on September 21, 1881. Rudolph was the son of German educator and received schooling in European universities with a degree in mechanical engineering.
He visited the United States in 1909 and returned in 1910 naturalizing in 1915 and taking the name Alfred Rudolph.
He moved to Chicago and became the vice preside
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