Alcide Theophile Robaudi
(1850 - 1928)
Alcide Theophile Robaudi was active/lived in France. Alcide Robaudi is known for Genre painting.
Biography Alcide Theophile Robaudi
Alcide Thophile Robaudi, born in Nice in 1850 and died in Paris in 1928, was a French painter and illustrator. He was a student of the sculptor Gustav Bonardel and of Flix Malard in at drawing school Nice. Alcide Thophile Robaudi continued his training at the School of Fine Arts in Paris in the studio of Jean-Lon Grme in 1865.
A genre painter, he was also influenced by the current orientalists. He was best known as the illustrator of deluxe editions of works of famous writers such as George Sand, Paul Verlaine, and Alexandre Dumas.