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The Collector’s fortress was inspired by gothic influences, art nouveau design and even Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt, Rohde said.
In the twilight years of nineteenth-century Paris, the Rosicrucian critic Joséphin Péladan organized a series of exhibitions, extending invitations to artists of a symbolist bent across Europe.
First performed in Hamburg, Germany, in 1927, the opera is a symbolist fantasy about a bell maker who is fatally changed by an encounter with the fairy realm.
Based on a fairy tale by Aleister Crowley, the colorful early 20th-century British poet and magician, the opera’s story follows some of the same themes as Bluebeard’s Castle, in the symbolist mode of Maeterlinck.
New York painter Packer will display recent work, contemporary portraiture and still lifes that convey the watery warmth of symbolist art.
The scientific advancements of the day also ushered in a golden age of belief in supernatural forces and energies, and symbolists, in turn, were heavily influenced by the occult and the dream world.
Dylan had found his own voice in the works of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, French symbolists like Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud, and the rich and powerful music of Robert Johnson and Woody Guthrie.
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