Henri Edmond Rudaux French, 1865-1927


Henri Rudaux is a versatile artist who was able to focus his considerable talents on many modes of painting. Rudaux painted genre scenes, portraits, landscapes, and marine subjects and was highly regarded as an illustrator of French periodicals. He is however, most celebrated for his marine paintings.


Rudaux first received artistic instruction from his father, Edmond Adolph Rudaux. Later, he studied with Benjamin Constant and Jules Lefebvre, two of the best teachers one could find in Europe. Having established his studio in Paris, Rudaux exhibited often at the Sociétaire des Artistes Francais starting in 1893. He showed his paintings at the Salon on a number of occasions, receiving an honorable mention in 1897.


Sociétaire des Artistes Français, 1893 onwards, Honorable Mention 1897

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