First edition. Softcover. First printing. 464 pages. Massive monograph done for an exhibition that started in Chicago and traveled to Amsterdam and London. Includes 575 illustrations with 200 plates in color. Also included are a number of essays. A tight very near fine copy in illustrated wrappers. Still, one of the better books on Redon.
Very Good. 0865591261 Oversized. Heavy. Short horizontal stress crease at top edge of front cover. Light wear to tips of covers. Prior owner's name & address blacked out inside front cover. Light wear from use.
Near Fine Plus. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-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.
VG+ this copy warmly inscribed by one of the primary authors. Color wraps. 464 pp. Profuse color and bw plates. 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 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.
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