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Redon

[ruh-don; French ruh-dawn]
noun
  1. O·di·lon [ohd-l-on; French aw-dee-lawn] /ˈoʊd lˌɒn; French ɔ diˈlɔ̃/, 1840–1916, French painter and etcher.
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Historical Examples of redon

  • Fougeray should be a training-ground for Redon, and Redon should be a training-ground for Nantes.

    Scaramouche

    Rafael Sabatini

  • Thus the great adventure of Redon dwindled to insignificance.

    Scaramouche

    Rafael Sabatini

  • For of true charm, of true grace, of true melodic, Redon was certainly the master.

    Adventures in the Arts

    Marsden Hartley

  • No one will quarrel with Redon on account of what is not in him.

    Adventures in the Arts

    Marsden Hartley

  • The stream is tidal up to the port of Redon, and is navigable for barges as far as Rennes.


British Dictionary definitions for redon

Redon

noun
  1. Odilon (ɔdilɔ̃). 1840–1916, French symbolist painter and etcher. He foreshadowed the surrealists in his paintings of fantastic dream images
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