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Les Origines — Plate 3

Odilon Redon, 1883
Les Origines — Plate 3, Odilon Redon
Les Origines — Plate 3, zoomed in
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Les Origines — Plate 3 (The misshapen polyp floated on the shores, a sort of smiling and hideous Cyclops) is a Surrealist Lithography Print created by Odilon Redon in 1883. It lives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the United States. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Monsters. SourceDownload

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To Myself: Notes on Life, Art and Artists, Recommended Reading

There are many books on Odilon Redon, but I always find the best books on artists are the ones they write themselves. Learn how Redon saw the world, directly from his personal journals.

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