Entering Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon is to be transported into the artists' dreamlike, surreal world. Several dozen of the works in the exhibition are arranged into three main themes: Monsters, Metamorphosis and Tales. The Monsters section includes some of Redon’s most reproduced images, such as Eye-Balloon, 1878; Spider, 1887; and The Egg, 1885. In the Tales section, one should page through all eleven prints in the portfolio labeled The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 1888. Life forms mutate into each in the Metamorphosis section, as exemplified by The March Flower, a sad human head, plate II from Homage to Goya, 1885. Finally, stop by the All Works section to see all the art in the show by date rather than theme.


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