From around 1890, Redon's work changed to a style that praised mystery in vibrant colors. This work was developed from the lithograph of the same work in 1892, and two women who look like shrine maidens engaged in religious ceremonies stand side by side under a column against the blue sky covered with rosy clouds. The red branches are strikingly eye-catching as the fantastic flowers gently color the screen. An old collection of Baron Domsey, one of Redon's most important collectors.


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