|Portrait of Rudolf by|
his Father Johann Georg Sauter
During WW1, Rudolf was interned in Alexandra Palace Internment camp, north London, and Frith Hill camp at Frimley, Surrey.
Rudolf showed his work in London, the provinces, Paris at the Salon, where he gained an Hon. Mention, and widely in America. Much of Sauter’s work was destroyed in a fire in the early 1980s, yet a lot is in private hands in South Africa.
A painting by Rudolf Sauter
|An Aeroplane viewed from the|
Alexandra Palace Internment Camp
Rudolf died on 12th June 1977.