Smiling Spider by Odilon Redon

When you look at this spider, Joris Karl Huysmans’ sensational novel “On the contrary”, or rather, the bedroom of Dezensent, the main character of this work, is immediately recalled. As

Flower Bouquet by Odilon Redon

While working on floral still lifes that brought him fame and well-being, Redon saw his main task in “engaging nature and imagination.” He considered classic still life a dead genre

With eyes closed by Odilon Redon

Redon has written this gigantic “sleeping head” foreshadowing images of surrealists in many ways. Art historians believe that it was from this picture that the “bright period” opened in the

Cyclops by Odilon Redon

In the last years of his life, Redon painted several mythological paintings, which can be called the pinnacle in the artist’s work. These works with all the evidence speak about

Lithographs by Odilon Redon

Lithograph was invented in 1798 and immediately gained popularity as a relatively inexpensive and fast way to reproduce an image in a large number of copies. In the manufacture of

Saint George by Odilon Redon

Pastel is a rimless colored pencil, molded with an adhesive from coloring powder. Depending on the amount of adhesive, the pastel may be hard or soft. One of the first

Elf Caliban by Odilon Redon

Perhaps the saddest monster of all the “sad monsters” Redon. Elf sits on a tree and looks at the viewer with an endlessly sad look. Note that Kaliban is one