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Last NameBodmer    
Given NameJohann Carl /Karl    
alt. NamesJ. C. B. ; Karl / Jean-Charles Bodmer ;     
MarriageAnna Maria Magdalena née Pfeiffer (18xx-18xx)    
ChildrenKarl-Henry Bodmer (18xx-1xxx)    
Year born1809 in Zurich, Switzerland    
Year died1893    
Place of deathParis, France    
Father's occupationcotton trader Heinrich Bodmer (17xx-18xx)    
RelativesRudolf Bodmer (18xx-1xxx) (brother) ; Johann Jakob Meier (1xxx-1xxx) (uncle)    
Educationtaught by Johann Jakob Meier (1xxx-1xxx) (uncle)    
Country of ActivitySwitzerland    
Worked forMaximilian Alexander Philipp Prinz zu Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) ; Orell Füssli (publishing house); E.Seidler: Das Moselthal zw. Coblenz und Trier (1836) ; Heinrich Rudolf Schinz: Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen der verschiedenen Rassen und Stämme (1845) ; Victor Hugo: Quatre-vingt-treize (1876) ; E. Muller: La Forêt (1878) ;    
CollaboratorsR. Bodmer ; Théodore Rousseau ; Jean-François Millet ;    
Techniquesethnographical, natural, and zoological drawing, painting, etching, engraving, watercolour, lithography, and aquatint ; cartographic map-making    
Sample(s)http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Karl_Bodmer?uselang=de ;    
Archival sourceshttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map_to_illustrate_the_Route_of_Prince_Maximilian_of_Wied_in_the_interior_of_North_America_1832-1834.jpg ;    
Published sourcesAKL 12 1996: 88 ; ThB 4 1901: 170 ; Nissen: Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 ;    
otherFurther Places of Activity: France, Germany, and the United States of America.    

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