(1881 - 1942)
Alfred Rudolph was active/lived in Arizona, California. Alfred Rudolph is known for etching, lithography, portrait painting.
Biography Alfred Rudolph
Known for his etchings and lithographs of the desert mountains and old prospectors in California and Arizona, he was born in Alsace-Lorraine, France. For many years, he was general manager of the American Ball Bearing Company in Chicago, but in the 1920s, he moved to the Southwest because of health problems.
He was a self-taught artist, who "wandered the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico", and lived in Tucson and later moved to La Jolla, California. Then he returned to Tucson, where he died in 1942.
Rudolph exhibited with the San Diego Fine Arts Library and the San Diego Art Guild, and his etchings are held in the Smithsonian Institution and the Library of Congress Collection.
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