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Rudolf Ernst was an Austro-French painter, printmaker, and ceramic artist. He is best known for his orientalist themes. His work was exhibited in Paris under the name "Rodolphe Ernst." However, he is more famous for his watercolors, which feature landscapes with animals or tigers. His works are found in many private collections and museums around the world. 

The artist traveled to North Africa and Spain. He was denied access to harems, but he brought back objects he collected from his travels. He then used these items in his works. He also wore a taboosh while painting in order to protect his modesty. His paintings are based on chiaroscuro, with the figures depicted in black and white. He often used strong directional light and muted colors to create a more atmospheric effect.

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