Armand Andre Louis Rassenfosse
(1862 - 1934)
Armand Andre Louis Rassenfosse was active/lived in Belgium. Armand Rassenfosse is known for paintings of female nude dancers and 'trollops', graphic arts, book illustration.
Biography Armand Andre Louis Rassenfosse
Armand Rassenfosse (6 August 1862 – 28 January 1934) was a largely self-taught Belgian graphic artist, book illustrator and painter. His masterwork was a set of illustrations for Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal.
Armand Rassenfosse was born in Liège on 6 August 1862. For generations his family had run a store selling home furnishings and decorative art works: crystal, porcelain, bronze and oriental rugs. Armand was expected to continue the family business. However, for the last years of his secondary education he went to Namur to study, living with his uncle, who gave him a few etchings by Félicien Rops from his collection. Already interested in art from his family background, he became intrigued with etching*. <
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