Odilon Redon, The Chariot of Apollo," c.1912; Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York.
There are several paintings in the Apollo series by Odilon Redon, but the reproduction below is clearly a modern interpretation of the one above. In this case, the modern version has gone way overboard in reimagining the color scheme, taking the ethereal look of the original and transforming it into something much more intense and aggressive. In my opinion, reproductions should always be marked as such, but in any event, a warning like that surely is essential when the recent version completely ignores the palette of the original.
Highly altered version of a work by Odilon Redon.
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