Odilon Redon flowers oil pastel art deep glass pendant necklace
This vibrant bouquet is a detail from a pastel drawing by French artist Odilon Redon, made between 1900 and 1905. The summer flowers include anemones, poppies, cornflowers, lilac, and daisies. Redon worked only in black and white, mostly charcoal, during the earlier part of his career; but from the 1890s onwards, he took up pastels and oil paints and his work, a precursor of the surrealists, favoured bright, bold colours. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, USA.
This pendant is made with extra-deep (11mm) glass, which gives an intriguingly lively magnifying effect. The pendant setting is made from metal alloy and the glass cabochon is 25mm across.
Choose a 24” (60cm) silver tone chain, or an 18” (45cm) black leather cord or black organza and cotton cord.