Index
Adam, Paul, 75, 140, 155, 178, 179
allegory, 5-6; in Gauguin, 43, 87. 202: Klimt, 245-7; Moreau, 151; Munch, 43; Puvis, 155, 156-8; Redon, 43; Rodin, 166; Toorop, 51
Allen, Grant, 257
Aman-Jean (symbolist painter), 154, 189
Anquétin (symbolist painter), 187
Antoine (Théâtre Libre), 109
architecture, 69-70
Arosa, Gustave, 197
Aer et Critique, 77, 99
art nouveau: Belgian, 205; and Carrière's style, 161; Denis and, 101, 103; hair painting, 60, 63, 66, 68-9; Hodler and, 240; Nabis and, 106, 112; its nature and relation to symbolism, 17-26; Redon and, 127; Rosicrucian posters, 187-9; Scottish artists and, 48; Van Gogh and, 139
Augustin, Louis, 79, 95, 109
Aurier, Georges-Albert: and Belgian symbolists, 211; Bernard and, 96; on idéisme/idéalisme, 9, 39; and impressionists, 179; and Le Mercure de France, 74, 100; and Puvis, 155; and Redon, 116; and Rosicrucians, 187; as symbolist spokesman, 70, 75, 77, 79, III, 178, 181-5; and Van Gogh, 139
Bahr, Herman, 242
Balzac, Honoré de, 176
Baudelaire, Charles, 74, 78, 94, 110, 120, 126, 127, 153, 170, 183, 204
Beardsley, Aubrey, 48, 56, 65-6, 153, 215, 244, 257
Beaubourg, Maurice, 29, 109, 141
Behrens, Peter, 23, 68
Belgian symbolism (see also individual artists and writers), 204-17
Bernard, Émile: and Gauguin, 74, 94, 103-4, 196; and nature, 60; and Rose + Croix. 191; and symbolist style, 77, 95-9; and Van Gogh, 73, 91, 128, 131, 132, 134, 136, 137, 138
Björnson, Björnstjerne, 110, 219
Blake, William, 69, 178
Blanc, Charles, 128, 141, 143-4, 156
Blanche, Jacques-Émile, 2
Boch, Eugène, 131
Böcklin, Arnold, 12, 56-9, 140, 178, 202, 226, 237, 242
Bois, Jules, 154
Bonnard, Pierre, 104, 106, 109, III, 112-13, 160
Bonnat, Léon, 216
Borel, Henri, 255
Borger, André, 116
Botticelli, Sandro, 151
Bourdelle, Émile-Antoine, 191
Brancusi, Constantin, 124
Burne-Jones. Sir Edward Coley, 7, 9, 50, 60, 113, 187, 205
Carlyle, Thomas, 129
Carrière Eugène, 31, 72, 154, 158-62, 164, 218, 247
Caso, Jacques de, 174
Castagnary, 155-6
Cézanne, Paul, I, 80, 87
Chassé, Charles, 31-2
Cheret, Jules, 161
Christiana Bohème, 219

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