Bordeaux: "Silent nature.
Landscapes of Odilon Redon "at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts.
On the occasion of the national celebrations of the hundredth anniversary of the disappearance of Odilon Redon, the Museum of Fine Arts of Bordeaux pays tribute to the painter from Bordeaux. Although it is the most intimate and least known part of Redon’s production, the landscape was one of the essential sources of the artist’s dreamlike inspiration, whose dreamy, solitary childhood in the family property of Peyrelebade, in the Medoc, deeply marked his work. The wild and austere nature of the medoc landscape, between moors and swamps, echoes that of the Breton landscape the artist discovered in the 1870-1880 years during his stay in Finistère and Morbihan.
Until March 26th. Www.musba-bordeaux.fr