Odilon REDON

Odilon Redon (1840-1914) was, by a longshot, the most idiosyncratic artist of the 19th century.  While other artists would have broken with tradition in some way, Redon broke with the past in every way he could think of.  Inspired very heavily by Eastern religions and philosophies, and seeped in his own Christian tradition, Redon created images that seem to have been catapulted from another world into his.  Whether drawing portraits, still-lives, mythological figures, mystical visions or landscapes, Redon never fails to surprise in his treatment of the subject.  He was a prolific painter and also worked avidly on lithographs, which are still today regarded as some of the very best the technique ever has had to offer.

Paul Sérusier
$975

Paul Sérusier

REDON, Odilon

Lithograph printed on chine.Reference: Mellerio 193.A printer's proof, from the transfer lithograph made by Auguste Clot, after the original.There ...

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Brunhildr

REDON, Odilon

Brünhilde (Crépuscule des Dieux) (original French title) Lithograph on chine-collé.Reference: Mellerio 130.Projected edition of 80, but thought to ...

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Mlle Juliette Dodu
$1,500

Mlle Juliette Dodu

REDON, Odilon

Printed on chine-collé on thick wove.Reference: Mellerio 195.From the edition of 25 in black. There were a further 15 printed in sanguine.Rare.Prin...

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