Rodolphe BRESDIN

Rodolphe Bresdin was a French draughtsman and engraver, born in Le Fresne-sur-Loire on 12 August 1822, who died in Sèvres on 11 January 1885. His fantastic works, full of strange details, particularly attracted Charles Baudelaire, Théophile Gautier, Joris-Karl Huysmans, Robert de Montesquiou and André Breton. Odilon Redon was his pupil. Bresdin influenced contemporary artists like Jacques Moreau, George Rubel, Jean-Pierre Velly, and Philippe Mohlitz.
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Holy Family on the Rest on the Flight into Egypt (1855)

Holy Family on the Rest on the Flight into Egypt

The Good Samaritan (1861)

Rodolphe Bresdin The Good Samaritan, 1861 litography, paper 565 × 445 mm

The Stream (1880)

The Stream (1880)

The Roman Army (1856-66)

The Roman Army (1856-66)

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes (1883)

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes

The Lake in the Mountains (c. 1861)

The Lake in the Mountains (c.

Mountain Stream (1871)

Mountain Stream (1871)

Farmyard (1861)

Farmyard (1861)

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