Rudolf Bosselt was a sculptor, medalist and educational reformer. He was educated in Berlin, Frankfurt and Paris. He was seen as belonging to the Art Nouveau style. He taught at art schools in Düsseldorf, Braunschweig and Magdeburg, and was later Secretary General of the "National Federation of Artists" in Berlin. After being forced to retire he headed the magazine "Art and Science." He created numerous gravestones and fountains, animal statues, busts, groups, and head sculptures.
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