The Misshapen Polyp Floated on the Shores, a Sort of Smiling and Hideous Cyclops  

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The Misshapen Polyp Floated on the Shores, a Sort of Smiling and Hideous Cyclops  (1883) - Odilon Redon
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Le polype difforme flottait sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope souriant et hideux (1883, The Misshapen Polyp Floated on the Shores, a Sort of Smiling and Hideous Cyclops) is plate III from the portfolio The Origins by Odilon Redon.

Alternative English translation

The Shapeless Polyp Floated along the Bank, a Sort of Hideous, Smiling Cyclops

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