Pierre-Joseph Redouté

French, 1759
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840) was a Belgian painter and botanist known for his exquisite botanical illustrations. Born in Saint-Hubert, Belgium, Redouté received his first artistic training from his father, a professional painter. He later studied under the flower painter Gerard van Spaendonck in Paris and soon became known for his botanical illustrations, which combined scientific accuracy with artistic beauty. Redouté's paintings were highly sought after by collectors and he enjoyed the patronage of wealthy patrons and members of the French royal family. He produced numerous volumes of botanical illustrations, including the famous "Les Liliacées" and "Les Roses," which are considered masterpieces of botanical art. Redouté's work helped to popularize botanical art and remains highly influential today.
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