Bouquet in a Chinese Vase

Odilon Redon French

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 813

Redon owned a variety of vases, which his wife, Camille, used in arranging the bouquets that formed the subject of his late still-life paintings. The delicately patterned white vessel depicted in this work appears in several other pictures, including The Met’s Vase of Flowers (Pink Background) of about 1906 (59.16.3).

Bouquet in a Chinese Vase, Odilon Redon (French, Bordeaux 1840–1916 Paris), Oil on canvas

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