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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Securing the bones, they made off with them as quickly as possible, and in due course reached Redon with them in safety.Legends & Romances of Brittany | Lewis Spence
It would seem as if Redon had surely walked amid gardens, so much of the morning is in each of his fragile works.
Most of all it is Redon who has rendered with exceptional elegance and extreme artistry, the fragment.
We think of Redon as among those who transvaluate all earthly sensations in terms of a purer element.
In Redon and in Davies the vision is untouched by the foul breath of the world around them.
British Dictionary definitions for Redon
Odilon (ɔdilɔ̃). 1840–1916, French symbolist painter and etcher. He foreshadowed the surrealists in his paintings of fantastic dream images
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