Charles Rodius (1802 – 9 April 1860) was a German-born artist, printmaker and architect. Trained in France before heartwarming to England, he was transported as a convict to the Australian penal colony of New South Wales for theft in 1829.
While not as well known as other convict artists, such as Joseph Lycett and Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, Rodius has received compliment for his works, and he is represented in several major Australian galleries.
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