Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams

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Chicago/NY 1994 Soft Cover First Softcover Edition Near Fine Plus Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9?"-12" tall. Soft cover., only minute wear to tiny spots on exterior. clean, no ... writing or markings, no creases or bumps. strong sewn binding. a well preserved copy.; 464pp., illustrated throughout in color, b/w. essays, chapters and catalogue entries by various contributors. covers the full career, the different media.; two articles on redon laid-in. Read more Show Less

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Catalogue of exhibition held at: the Art Institute of Chicago, 2 July to 18 September, 1994; Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 20 October 1994 to 15 January, 1995; Royal Academy of ... Arts, London, 16 February to 21 May 1995. Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Age toning. First paperback edition. OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement. A giant monograph on the French Symbolist painter Odilon Redon (1840-1916). Richly illustrated with colour plates. CONTENTS: Foreword, by James N. Wood, Ronald De Leeuw, Philip Dowson; Acknowledgments; Prologue: Painful origins, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Under a cloud, 1840-1870, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Taking wing, 1870-1878, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; In the public eye, 1879-1889; In the public eye, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Odilon Redon: the image and the text, by Fred Leeman; Changing directions, 1890-1900; Redon and the transformation of the symbolist aesthetic, by Maryanne Stevens; Redon's spiritualism and the rise of mysticism, by Fred Leeman; Redon and the marketplace before 1900, by Kevin Sharp; Redon in the new century, 1900-1916; Redon and the marketplace after 1900, by Kevin Sharp; Redon's artistic and critical position, by Maryanne Stevens; The late work; Pt. 1: The emergence of a decorative aesthetic; Pt. 2: The artist as mythmaker, by Gloria Groom; Beneath the surface: Redon's methods and materials, by Harriet K. Stratis. Read more Show Less

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New York 1994 Softcover. VG+ this copy warmly inscribed by one of the primary authors Published to accompany an exhibition in Chicago at the Art Institute of Chicago, July 2 to ... Sept. 18, 1994. CONTENTS: Foreword, by James N. Wood, Ronald De Leeuw, Philip Dowson; Acknowledgments; Prologue: Painful origins, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Under a cloud, 1840-1870, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Taking wing, 1870-1878, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; In the public eye, 1879-1889; In the public eye, by Douglas W. Druick and Peter Kort Zegers; Odilon Redon: the image and the text, by Fred Leeman; Changing directions, 1890-1900; Redon and the transformation of the symbolist aesthetic, by Maryanne Stevens; Redon's spiritualism and the rise of mysticism, by Fred Leeman; Redon and the marketplace before 1900, by Kevin Sharp; Redon in the new century, 1900-1916; Redon and the marketplace after 1900, by Kevin Sharp; Redon's artistic and critical position, by Maryanne Stevens; The Read more Show Less

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As essential source for scholars and lovers of Redon, this marvelously illustrated biographical-critical study catalogs a traveling retrospective exhibit of the French symbolist's works. Drawing on recently released archival material, an international team of scholars led by exhibition curator Druick present evidence that Redon suffered from childhood epilepsy, which his parents attempted to conceal. Feeling unloved and rejected by his Creole mother, Redon, raised apart from his siblings, married Camille Falte, a nurturing, practical Creole from the island of Runion in the Indian Ocean, a telegraph operator's daughter whom Redon, a rebel against his bourgeois class, idealized as a ``daughter of the people.'' Redon's affiliation with Romantic artists, his friendships with Gauguin, Huysmans and Gide, and his role as mentor of Nabis Pierre Bonnard and Edouard Vuillard are explored in a major work that features many hitherto-unseen pictures from private collections among the 550 illustrations (including 160 color plates). (Oct.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780865591264
  • Publisher: Art Institute of Chicago
  • Publication date: 8/28/1994
  • Pages: 472

Table of Contents

Foreword 8
Acknowledgments 10
Prologue: Painful Origins 13
Ch. I Under a Cloud, 1840-1870 25
Ch. II Taking Wing, 1870-1878 73
Ch. III In the Public Eye, 1879-1889 119
In the Public Eye (3a) 120
Odilon Redon: The Image and the Text (3b) 175
Ch. IV Changing Directions, 1890-1900 195
Redon and the Transformation of the Symbolist Aesthetic (4a) 196
Redon's Spiritualism and the Rise of Mysticism (4b) 215
Redon and the Marketplace Before 1900 (4c) 237
Ch. V Redon in the New Century, 1900-1916 257
Redon and the Marketplace After 1900 (5a) 258
Redon's Artistic and Critical Position (5b) 281
The Late Work (5c) 305
Pt. I The Emergence of a Decorative Aesthetic 305
Pt. II The Artist as Mythmaker 333
Ch. VI Beneath the Surface: Redon's Methods and Materials 353
Notes 378
List of Lenders 432
Notes to the Reader 433
Documentation
Catalogue 434
Chronologies 450
Early Gifts 451
Works Before 1870 to 1895 (MRC) 451
Lifetime Exhibitions 453
Selected Exhibitions After 1916 455
Writings by Redon 456
Lifetime Bibliography 457
Selected Bibliography After 1916 462
Photo Credits 464
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