Odilon Redon

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Caliban by Odilon Redon, 1881 - Postcard

Description

Our high quality custom postcards are produced on recyclable, sustainably sourced card. Each card comes with an envelope, allowing you keep or gift as smaller artworks for a mantlepiece, fridge or wall.

Our postcards are printed on thick 324gsm Mohawk card.

Postcards are available in 6 inches x 4 inches.

Printing method: Giclée

Eco credentials: Water-based inks.

Printed using water based inks.

Sustainably sourced paper or wood From FSC-approved forests.

Plastic-free: Contains no plastic.
£1.65 GBP

Odilon Redon

ODILON REDON Five Butterflies, c. 1912

From £27.50 GBP

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ODILON REDON Five Butterflies, c. 1912

Print Description

 Five Butterflies by Odilon Redon - c. 1912

 

£55.00 GBP

Odilon Redon

Day (Le Jour), from the series, Dreams (Songes)

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Day (Le Jour), from the series, Dreams (Songes)

Print Description

Odilon Redon - Day (Le Jour), from the series, Dreams (Songes), plate VI, 1891 , lithograph The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC 

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£40.00 GBP

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Violette Heymann by Odilon Redon, 1910 - Hardback Journal

Description

Our bespoke journal books have a smooth, matte finish on the exterior, and feature 64 pages (128 sides) of 90 gsm paper on the inside.
£10.99 GBP

Odilon Redon

Haunting by Odilon Redon - 1893–94

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Haunting by Odilon Redon - 1893–94

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Haunting by Odilon Redon - 1893–94

£77.00 GBP

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To Edgar Poe A Mask Sounds the Death Knell by Odilon Redon - 1882

Print Description

À Edgar Poe (Un masque sonne le glas funèbre) [To Edgar Poe (A Mask Sounds the Death Knell). By Odilon Redon (France, Bordeaux, 1840-1916) - 1882.

£66.00 GBP

Odilon Redon

Edgar Poe for Odilon Redon - 1882

£49.50 GBP

Print Name

Edgar Poe for Odilon Redon - 1882

Print Description

À Edgar Poe (Le souffle qui conduit les êtres est aussi dans les Sphères) Series À Edgar Poe Odilon Redon (France, Bordeaux, 1840-1916) - France, 1882.

 

£49.50 GBP

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Violette Heymann 1910 Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916)

Print Description

Violette Heymann - 1910 - by Odilon Redon (1840-1916)

£66.00 GBP

Odilon Redon

ODILON REDON La Sulamite (The Shulamite), 1897

From £27.50 GBP

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ODILON REDON La Sulamite (The Shulamite), 1897

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La Sulamite (The Shulamite) by Odilon Reedon - 1897

£121.00 GBP

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Brunnhilde (The Twilight of the Gods) 1894 Odilon Redon

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Brunnhilde (The Twilight of the Gods) by Odilon Redon - 1894

 

£55.00 GBP

Odilon Redon

Strange Flower by Odilon Redon - 1880

£55.00 GBP

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Strange Flower by Odilon Redon - 1880

Print Description

Odilon Redon (French 1840 -1916) : Strange Flower (Little Sister of the Poor), 1880.

£55.00 GBP

Prints - High Quality Art

Flower Clouds by Odilon Redon - c.1903

£88.00 GBP

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Flower Clouds by Odilon Redon - c.1903

Print Description

Odilon Redon : Flower Clouds, c.1903 Pastel, with touches of stumping, incising, and brushwork, on blue-gray wove paper with multi-colored fibers altered to tan, perimeter mounted to cardboard.

£88.00 GBP

Odilon Redon

Baronne de Domecy by Odilon Redon , c.1900

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Baronne de Domecy by Odilon Redon , c.1900

Print Description

Odilon Redon : Baronne de Domecy, ca. 1900 , pastel & Graphite, Getty Center.

£115.50 GBP

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Deformed Polyp Floated on the Shores - Odilon Redon

Print Description

The Deformed Polyp Floated on the Shores, a Sort of Smiling and Hideous Cyclops by the Flower (1883) by Odilon Redon. Original from the National Gallery of Art.

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  • Printed on museum-grade heavyweight Pearl textured Fine Art Giclée paper
  • We carefully cover your work with tissue paper and bubble wrap, eliminating the danger of any scratches or folds
  • Your order is placed into a robust cardboard tube, secured and sealed at both ends
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£38.50 GBP

Odilon Redon

Caliban by Odilon Redon - 1881

From £22.00 GBP

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Caliban by Odilon Redon - 1881

Print Description

Odilon Redon : Caliban, Charcoal, 1881 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC.

    £132.00 GBP

    Odilon Redon

    Armour by Odilon Redon - 1891

    £44.00 GBP

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    Armour by Odilon Redon - 1891

    Print Description

    Odilon Redon, Armour, 1891, Charcoal and conté crayon, drawing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

      £44.00 GBP

      Odilon Redon

      The Celestial Art

      From £22.00 GBP

      Print Name

      The Celestial Art

      Print Description

      Odilon Redon : The Celestial Art , lithograph, 1894, The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC.

        £44.00 GBP

        Odilon Redon

        Mephistopheles

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        Print Name

        Mephistopheles

        Print Description

        Odilon Redon - Mephistopheles, Charcoal with black and white chalk, stumped and erased, on light brown prepared paper, 1877 , Morgan Library and Museum , NYC.

            £88.00 GBP

            Prints - High Quality Art

            The vague glimmer of a head suspended in space

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            Print Name

            The vague glimmer of a head suspended in space

            Print Description

            Odilon Redon : The vague glimmer of a head suspended in space, 1891, lithograph , The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

              £66.00 GBP

              Odilon Redon

              Odilon Redon was a French artist. His prints are spellbinding. "My originality consists in putting the logic of the visible to the service of the invisible," he said of his art.

              "A title is justified only when it is vague and even aims confusedly at the elliptical. My drawings inspire, and are not to be defined. They determine nothing. They place us, as does music, in the ambiguous realm of the undetermined. They are a kind of metaphor..."

              Odilon Redon (1840-1916) was dubbed by Karl Joris Huysmans "The Prince of Dreams". The writer wrote of Redon's work:

              . . . figures whose simian shapes, heavy jaws, beetling eyebrows, retreating foreheads and flat skulls, recalled the ancestral heads of the first quaternary periods, when inarticulate man still devoured fruits and seeds, and was still contemporaneous with the mammoth, the rhinoceros and the big bear. These designs were beyond anything imaginable; they leaped, for the most part, beyond the limits of painting and introduced a fantasy that was unique, the fantasy of a diseased and delirious mind.

              The French painter and graphic artist is one of the outstanding figures of Symbolism. Redon's art prints are gorgeous.

              He had a retiring life, first in his native Bordeaux, then from 1870 in Paris, and until he was in his fifties he worked almost exclusively in black and white, in charcoal drawings and lithographs. In these he developed a highly distinctive repertoire of weird subjects (strange amoeboid creatures, insects, and plants with human heads and so on), influenced by the writings of Edgar Allen Poe. He remained virtually unknown to the public until the publication of J.K. Huysmans's celebrated novel A Rebours (Against Nature) in 1884. The book's hero, a disenchanted aristocrat who lives in a private world of perverse delights, collects Redon's drawings, and with his mention in this classic expression of decadence, Redon too became associated with the movement.

              During the 1890s Redon turned to painting and revealed remarkable powers as a colourist that had lain dormant. Much of his early life had been unhappy, but after undergoing a religious crisis in the early 1890s and a serious illness in 1894-95, he was transformed into a much more buoyant and cheerful personality, expressing himself in radiant colours in mythological scenes and flower paintings. He showed equal facility in oils and pastel. The flower pieces, in particular, were much admired by Matisse, and the Surrealists regarded Redon as one of their precursors. He was a distinguished figure by the end of his life, although still a very private person. - Odilon Redon, Facebook Page