Odilon Redon (aka Bertrand-Jean Redon) does not have an image.
French Post-Impressionist Painter, Draftsman and Lithographer
Odilon Redon was born on April 20, 1840, in Bordeaux and in 1855 took drawing lessons there with Stanislas Gorin and in 1863 learned lithography from Rodolphe Bresdin. After 1870 he lived in Paris, where he worked predominantly in charcoal and in lithography. During the 1890s, he turned increasingly to painting and pastel and under the influence of various French Post-Impressionists such as Bonnard, his artistic vision alters to one of radiant colors and mythological scenes and flower paintings that typically evince a romantic, dreamlike quality.