SALVATION

The print "Salvation" draws on Redon "Budda", expressing the abstract process of the prophet's thinking. His interest in the universe's mystery is transformed into this symbolic painting. The trees, flowers, and background are selected to express the tranquillity of nature and the vast starry sky.

SALVATION

The print "Salvation" draws on Redon "Budda", expressing the abstract process of the prophet's thinking. His interest in the universe's mystery is transformed into this symbolic painting. The trees, flowers, and background are selected to express the tranquillity of nature and the vast starry sky.

SALVATION

The print "Salvation" draws on Redon "Budda", expressing the abstract process of the prophet's thinking. His interest in the universe's mystery is transformed into this symbolic painting. The trees, flowers, and background are selected to express the tranquillity of nature and the vast starry sky.

ILLUSORY

Takes inspiration from one of the major arcana tarot card – the “Lover Card”, this planetary print has direct symbolic citation from the card- it represents the clearance of one’s value and beliefs. This print features the cards original elements of a lady and snakes, modelled into a layout, resembling the church cross. This print speaks of romance and rightful choices.

THE LOVER

Taken inspiration from one of the major tarot arcana cards – the “World Card”,this lion head print is a direct citation from the card, and represents the Leo zodiac sign. It demonstrates the phase of the life cycle that brings balance and harmony. This print represents strength and the vibrant passion for life.

ILLUSORY

Takes inspiration from one of the major arcana tarot card – the “Lover Card”, this planetary print has direct symbolic citation from the card- it represents the clearance of one’s value and beliefs. This print features the cards original elements of a lady and snakes, modelled into a layout, resembling the church cross. This print speaks of romance and rightful choices.

SUN-KISSED

The print "Sun-Kissed", refers to Redon's floral creations, as he saw people in the flowers he created, "The flowers are similar to the people’s faces. A flower is a mystery.

THE WORLD

Taken inspiration from one of the major tarot arcana cards – the “World Card”,this lion head print is a direct citation from the card, and represents the Leo zodiac sign. It demonstrates the phase of the life cycle that brings balance and harmony. This print represents strength and the vibrant passion for life.

SUN-KISSED

The print "Sun-Kissed", refers to Redon's floral creations, as he saw people in the flowers he created, "The flowers are similar to the people’s faces. A flower is a mystery.

ADORATION

The print "Adoration" illustrates the salvation of Odilon Redon's painful memories derived from childhood, youth and middle age. Redon's religious influence paved the way for self redemption expressed through the warmth, peace and beauty of the flowers that create an entanglement of devotion and warmth.

ADORATION

The print "Adoration" illustrates the salvation of Odilon Redon's painful memories derived from childhood, youth and middle age. Redon's religious influence paved the way for self redemption expressed through the warmth, peace and beauty of the flowers that create an entanglement of devotion and warmth.

ADORATION

The print "Adoration" illustrates the salvation of Odilon Redon's painful memories derived from childhood, youth and middle age. Redon's religious influence paved the way for self redemption expressed through the warmth, peace and beauty of the flowers that create an entanglement of devotion and warmth.

EUPHORIA

The print "Euphoria" combines flowers with light and shadow. Flowers and light itself have a mysterious charm; they harness their power under warm sunlight.

EUPHORIA

The print "Euphoria" combines flowers with light and shadow. Flowers and light itself have a mysterious charm; they harness their power under warm sunlight.

EUPHORIA

The print "Euphoria" combines flowers with light and shadow. Flowers and light itself have a mysterious charm; they harness their power under warm sunlight.

BLOSSOM

The art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour. The homage of the print "Blossom", with warm red flowers shows Redon will experience happy fragments in this new life, hence the fiery colours and bright sunlight that have never been seen on his canvas. The rich colour of flowers and their illustrious fragrance has the power tickle the soul and start cheering on life again.

BLOSSOM

The art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour. The homage of the print "Blossom", with warm red flowers shows Redon will experience happy fragments in this new life, hence the fiery colours and bright sunlight that have never been seen on his canvas. The rich colour of flowers and their illustrious fragrance has the power tickle the soul and start cheering on life again.

BLOSSOM

The art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour. The homage of the print "Blossom", with warm red flowers shows Redon will experience happy fragments in this new life, hence the fiery colours and bright sunlight that have never been seen on his canvas. The rich colour of flowers and their illustrious fragrance has the power tickle the soul and start cheering on life again.

VERDE

The print "Verde" uses geometric figures to reflect the fluctuation of Odilon Redon's unique work in diverse periods of creation. It incorporates Redon's pastel techniques, reflected through the blue-green background and merged with the inspiration of Australia's greenery. The shapes of varying flowers are abstract, which contrasts with the veil of gentle colours. Verde demonstrates normality and abnormality in coexistence, just like the inner world of Redon and his output of art.

VERDE

The print "Verde" uses geometric figures to reflect the fluctuation of Odilon Redon's unique work in diverse periods of creation. It incorporates Redon's pastel techniques, reflected through the blue-green background and merged with the inspiration of Australia's greenery. The shapes of varying flowers are abstract, which contrasts with the veil of gentle colours. Verde demonstrates normality and abnormality in coexistence, just like the inner world of Redon and his output of art.

VERDE

The print "Verde" uses geometric figures to reflect the fluctuation of Odilon Redon's unique work in diverse periods of creation. It incorporates Redon's pastel techniques, reflected through the blue-green background and merged with the inspiration of Australia's greenery. The shapes of varying flowers are abstract, which contrasts with the veil of gentle colours. Verde demonstrates normality and abnormality in coexistence, just like the inner world of Redon and his output of art.

SOLACE

The print "Solace" draws on Redon “Pandora”. Foliage and flowers surround the woman, creating a flowing sense of movement, to form a romantic and expressive print. It represents Odilon Redon's longing for peace. 'Solace' meaning comfort and relief, expresses his longing for a stable and comfortable life after the war. art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour.

SOLACE

The print "Solace" draws on Redon “Pandora”. Foliage and flowers surround the woman, creating a flowing sense of movement, to form a romantic and expressive print. It represents Odilon Redon's longing for peace. 'Solace' meaning comfort and relief, expresses his longing for a stable and comfortable life after the war. art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour.

SOLACE

The print "Solace" draws on Redon “Pandora”. Foliage and flowers surround the woman, creating a flowing sense of movement, to form a romantic and expressive print. It represents Odilon Redon's longing for peace. 'Solace' meaning comfort and relief, expresses his longing for a stable and comfortable life after the war. art of Odilon Redon from 1890 to 1916 can be said to be an explosion of colour.

URBANIST

The print "Urbanist", shows the stages of Odilon Redon's life through the use of symbolism. Childhood, youth and middle age, intertwined with painful memories. The horses in the picture refer to wars, whilst the flowers and women represent the his later stages of art, filled with peace, warmth and beauty.Subtle religious motifs such as the classical church windows, faces of Christ and the Virgin, which are soft and peaceful, symbolise the painter's self-redemption. These motifs reflected intricately on the print divert to Redon's heavy religious influence, occupying an important position in Redon late creations.

URBANIST

The print "Urbanist", shows the stages of Odilon Redon's life through the use of symbolism. Childhood, youth and middle age, intertwined with painful memories. The horses in the picture refer to wars, whilst the flowers and women represent the his later stages of art, filled with peace, warmth and beauty.Subtle religious motifs such as the classical church windows, faces of Christ and the Virgin, which are soft and peaceful, symbolise the painter's self-redemption. These motifs reflected intricately on the print divert to Redon's heavy religious influence, occupying an important position in Redon late creations.

URBANIST

The print "Urbanist", shows the stages of Odilon Redon's life through the use of symbolism. Childhood, youth and middle age, intertwined with painful memories. The horses in the picture refer to wars, whilst the flowers and women represent the his later stages of art, filled with peace, warmth and beauty.Subtle religious motifs such as the classical church windows, faces of Christ and the Virgin, which are soft and peaceful, symbolise the painter's self-redemption. These motifs reflected intricately on the print divert to Redon's heavy religious influence, occupying an important position in Redon late creations.

WARHORSE

This print depicts a strong war horse drawn with Kraft paper and charcoal sketches, to reflect a stage of Redons early work. The intricate yet expressive lines demonstrate the sensitivity and pain in Redons heart.The French "in dream" hidden in the picture uses a dreamy shade of gold to painful refuge-painting.

WARHORSE

This print depicts a strong war horse drawn with Kraft paper and charcoal sketches, to reflect a stage of Redons early work. The intricate yet expressive lines demonstrate the sensitivity and pain in Redons heart.The French "in dream" hidden in the picture uses a dreamy shade of gold to painful refuge-painting.

WARHORSE

This print depicts a strong war horse drawn with Kraft paper and charcoal sketches, to reflect a stage of Redons early work. The intricate yet expressive lines demonstrate the sensitivity and pain in Redons heart.The French "in dream" hidden in the picture uses a dreamy shade of gold to painful refuge-painting.

STARRY NIGHT

 

Taken inspiration from one of the major arcana tarot card – the “Star Card”, this magical starry print merges other card elements within the collection- the world, the sun & the lover, replace all the zodiac star alignments in the night sky. It is to represent one’s renewed divine faith and their hope becoming stronger. This print shows both elements of strength and romance like no other.

THE LOVER

Taken inspiration from one of the major tarot arcana cards – the “World Card”,this lion head print is a direct citation from the card, and represents the Leo zodiac sign. It demonstrates the phase of the life cycle that brings balance and harmony. This print represents strength and the vibrant passion for life.

DAISY

The print "Daisy" intertwines the pastel dream derived from the beauty of florals in their vibrant hues. It incorporates Odilon Redon's favourite shade of blue, capturing the essence of the French artist and translating it onto fabric. The blue, white and yellow flowers creates a soft-hued kaleidoscope which compliments the airy cascade of the feathery dandelions.

DAISY

The print "Daisy" intertwines the pastel dream derived from the beauty of florals in their vibrant hues. It incorporates Odilon Redon's favourite shade of blue, capturing the essence of the French artist and translating it onto fabric. The blue, white and yellow flowers creates a soft-hued kaleidoscope which compliments the airy cascade of the feathery dandelions.