A contemporary of the impressionists, Odilon Redon had an eye for nature but his blooms could be inventive, sometimes for the sake of pattern and shape. He set his flowers in abstract environments and gathered bouquets of loosely defined leaves and velvety petals that convey mood through tone. The four paintings presented in this notecard set speak to his genius in communicating emotional depth through flower arrangements. This charming notecard set contains five each of the following notecards with accompanying white envelopes: Flowers in a Vase, c. 1910, Pansies (detail), c. 1905, Large Vase with Flowers, c. 1912, and Wildflowers, c. 1905. Measures 5 x 7 in.
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