Fortunately for Redon his discovery came while he was still alive.
The following twenty years of Redon's career mark a highpoint of lithographic art. Amongst these masters, however, Rowlandson was the most gifted artist and his compositions seemed the closest to the truth for he often lived the dissipated style of life he so memorably satirized.
Losing his dating at a thirty-six hour card game he is known to have exclaimed, "I've played the fool, but holding up his pencils here is my resource. After receiving a large inheritance, Rowlandson quickly gambled it away.
If you are looking for a particular subject in the visual arts, such as depictions of animals, children, landscapes, flowers, religion, or other interesting topics, the following list may be of some help.
Thomas Rowlandson London, - Thus they rank among Redon's rarest works of art These last portraits form an apotheosis to Redon's famous lithographs.