Definition of Redon
1. don [v -DONNED, -DONNING, -DONS] - See also: don
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Literary usage of Redon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Art: Being a Contribution to a New System of æsthetics by Julius Meier-Graefe (1908)
"redon, too, is attracted by the secrets of shadow, and he saw tangible things in it, which make many worthy persons tear their hair. ..."
2. Colour Studies in Paris by Arthur Symons (1918)
"ODILON redon THE name of Odilon redon is known to but few people in France, and to still fewer people in England. Artistic Paris has never had time to think ..."
3. Adventures in the Arts: Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville and Poets by Marsden Hartley (1921)
"For of true charm, of true grace, of true melodic, redon was certainly the ... It would seem as if redon had surely walked amid gardens, so much of the ..."
4. The History of England, from the Accession of Henry VII. to the Death of by Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher (1906)
"Henry was no paladin of romance, and the treaty of redon, signed on February 10, does not belong to the documents of English chivalry. ..."
5. The Print Connoisseur by Winifred Porter Truesdell (1920)
"THE ETCHINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS OF ODILON redon BY WALTER PACH Amid all the treasure ... that we had from two pictures—an oil and a pastel— by Odilon redon. ..."
6. Louisiana; Its Colonial History and Romance: Its Colonial History and Romance by Charles Gayarré (1852)
"... of the Department of Marine in France is to be found a memorial, written on the 15th of August, 1763, on the situation of Louisiana, by one redon de ..."