Artist Rudolph Sauter: First World War Soldier

Artist Rudolph Sauter (1895–1977): First World War Soldier

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Rudolph Sauter (1895–1977):
First World War Soldier
Framed (ref: 7876)

Charcoal on light brown paper
30 1/4 x 22 in. (76.8 x 55.9 cm)

See all works by Rudolph Sauter charcoal Portrait men war Master Drawings No Mans Land Commemorating World War I

Sauter was  interned at Alexandra Palace as  an ‘enemy aliens’ during WW1.

A number of Rudolph Sauter’s  drawings are in the collection of the Imperial War Museum.

During World War II, Rudolf Sauter was an Army Welfare Officer under South Eastern Command. Although he was never an official war artist the events he witnessed informed his work.