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  • In the soft cerulean sky of Odilon Redon's Le Char d'Apollon.

    Breaking And Entering

  • Paris Art "Odilon Redon: The Prince of Dreams" explores the life of the French Symbolist pioneer, showing 170 artworks with documents chronicling his life.

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  • He is best known for organizing major surveys of Edgar Degas, Odilon Redon , and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec .

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  • Like Edward Hicks or Odilon Redon before him, Mr. Slonem is an artist whose portrayal of man and nature is one of peaceable, mystical communion.

    An Oddball Menagerie

  • The urgency of Symbolist artists such as Fernand Khnopff, Odilon Redon, Arnold Böcklin appeals to a dark sense of the world, with fragments of hope.

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  • I remember telling him I didn't like Odilon Redon.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The occasion was a display of prints, called "Homage to Goya," by the French artist Odilon Redon, attended by Belgium's most accomplished young painter, James Ensor.

    'Sickert in Venice' Explores an Artist's Identity Crisis

  • "Odilon Redon and Émile Bernard -- Masterpieces from the Andries Bonger collection" shows works by French artists Odilon Redon (1840-1916) and Émile Bernard (1868-1941).

    Time Off

  • Characterized by the lavish use of gold, silver and bold colors and flat, highly ornamental designs, Rimpa is reflected not only in contemporary Japanese works but also in the show's Western pieces, like Klimt's "Life Is a Struggle -- 'Golden Knight'" (1903) and "Screen for Olivier Sainsere" (1903) by Odilon Redon.

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  • You're right that #7 is from –Odilon Redon, from his writing "A soi-meme."

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