Harold Rudolph

Harold Rudolph (German/American c.1850-1884) Though few biographical facts are known about Harold Rudolph, both the New Orleans Republican and Daily Picayune newspapers soon followed his 1873 arrival in the city with praise of his paintings being among the best ever produced in New Orleans. Pre-eminent art dealer W.E. Seebold offered Rudolph free studio space and exhibition opportunities at his home gallery, first at 166 Canal Street (now 912 Canal Street) and then 2504 Prytania Street, both palatial abodes with regular salons hosting luminaries such as Mark Twain and George Washington Cable. Following the 1877 loss of his brother-in-law and portrait partner, Rudolph changed his focus to landscapes of the Louisiana countryside, often with luminous dawn and twilight skies.

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