Odilon Redon (French, 1840 - 1916)

Odilon Redon

French | 1840 - 1916

Odilon Redon was a French Impressionist & Modern artist who was born in 1840. His work is currently being shown at multiple venues like Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Numerous key galleries and museums such as Getty Center have featured Odilon Redon's work in the past.Odilon Redon's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 20 USD to 4,092,500 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 1998 the record price for this artist at auction is 4,092,500 USD for Fleurs, sold at Christie's New York in 2018. Odilon Redon has been featured in articles for Apollo, Barron's and Artmajeur Magazine. The most recent article is Viva Floralia! All Flowers in Art written for Daily Art Magazine in February 2024. The artist died in 1916.

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Current Exhibitions

Landscapes of Sentiment

Van Gogh Museum
Amsterdam | Netherlands
Feb 07,2024 - Jun 23,2024

L’incanto Di Orfeo

Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Florence | Italy
Mar 20,2024 - Sep 08,2024


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Viva Floralia! All Flowers in Art

Viva Floralia! All Flowers in Art  

Daily Art Magazine 28/02/2024
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..Redon worked exclusively in black and white for many years, producing works that he called his ’noirs’...

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Fitzwilliam Museum

..It is based on the study of many unpublished documents which shed new light on Redon’s work...

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Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

..Redon’s work in the decorative arts will also be on show, thanks to major loans from the Mobilier national....

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Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

..Further, comparision with the world of illusion depicted by contemporary artists confirms the enduring significance of Redon’s art...

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Pola Museum of Art

..Redon’s use of negative space evokes feelings of the abyss and the unknown, while the snakelike body with the humanoid head is simultaneously mesmerizing and horrifying...

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Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

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