It is hung in the Centre Redoute across the Rue Redoute from a small empty lot where Redoute's childhood home stood until 1944. During the Battle of the Bulge, Americans fired on the German headquarters. Missed by about 200 yards leveling the Redoute house.
Redoute's childhood home
drawn by Abbe P. Chalon
Feeling I ought to apologize, I was assured
with great bonhomie that we had been forgiven long before.
The Centre Redoute is now housed in
the old German Headquarters across the street.
One of the best "portraits" of Redoute I found was in the person of the town historian, Abbe Prosper Chalon. Abbe Chalon, my guide, a Roman Catholic priest, art historian, artist and a descendent of Redoute's mother's family.
. Remarkable resemblance.