Armand Rassenfosse (Liège, 6 August 1862 –  Liège, 28 January 1934) was a largely self-taught Belgian graphic artist, book illustrator and painter. His masterwork was a set of illustrations for Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal.

In collaboration with Félicien Rops he developed the "Ropsenfosse" technique, a new interpretation of the painting technique which represented a real advancement in the art of printmaking. Rassenfosse is famous for having worked with the Bénard typography for which he created a large number of graphic posters.
Throughout your career you have paid great attention to female figures, often portrayed in solitary and vulnerable contexts. She also depicted different aspects of her personal life. At the end of his career he devoted himself to painting.

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