Bouquet in a Chinese Vase was painted by Odilon Redon between 1912 and 1914. Redon became a prolific still life (bouquet) artist with the artistic aim "to place the logic of the visible at the service of the invisible". In this reproduction Redon has painted an array of flowers in a delicately patterned white vessel depicted in several other paintings of Redon's. Bouquet in a Chinese Vase showcases a symphony of colour in an idyllic painting, captivating with a burnt red-orange background. This reproduction is ethereal in colour and composition turning the real into the surreal.