|Title||The Secret World of Odilon Redon 1840-1916 - ACE043.4|
Redon on waiting for the unconscious to inspire. Paintings. A Birth of Venus (1912). Redon on the importance of love. Paintings including version of The Chariot of Apollo, various images of Pegasus; Redon’s VO "Oh my soul of former times, distant spirit…" Pastel of Bouquet of Anemones (1912-1914); other paintings. Redon’s VO on the need for an artist to review his life. Film of the Abbaye de Frontfroide; 1910 black and white picture of people (including Redon) at the Abbey. Photograph of Redon at work on huge canvas. Another photograph. Interior of Redon’s library, details of décor. VO talks about being visited by would-be student, and about the influence he hopes his work will have on people. VO on "the Chariot of Apollo", the subject of one of the library murals. Other images. The "little mystery" in his work. Photograph of Redon. Redon on his work being misunderstood by the Impressionist generation. A fairy violinist. Credits.
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