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Joseph Brouchoud (b. Switzerland, February 12, 1841), was a Swiss artist.
He moved to California in 1886, initially to Oakland. By the turn of the century he had moved to San Francisco. In 1899, he completed a stained glass window of the Madonna for the Catholic Church in Mill Valley. He died in Burlingame, California, on July 16, 1916. His rare works include landscapes, portraits and figure studies.
- Edan Hughes, Artists in California, 1786-1940
- City Directory
- American Art Annual 1909
- Death record.
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