Ludovic Rodolphe Pissarro, known as Ludovic-Rodo, was born in 1878 in Paris; he was the fourth son of Camille Pissarro. Ludovic-Rodo studied with his father, one of the masters of the Impressionists, and began drawing from nature at an early age. His artistic work embraces a wide range of media, including paintings in oil, tempera, watercolor, gouache, as well as wood engravings, drawings and lithographs.
Ludovic-Rodo published his first wood engravings in the anarchist journal Le Pere Peinard in 1894, and later that year joined his father in Belgium during the anarchist upheavals.
In 1898 he settled in Montmartre with his brother Georges, where he found his subjects in the night life of Pa
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