We conclude our look at interpretations of the story of Perseus and Andromeda with a couple of examples from the 20th century.
Odilon Redon's 1912 picture of Andromeda is now in Little Rock's Arkansas Art Center.
In 1921 Jacques Ibert wrote an opera about Perseus and Andromeda.
The Ray Harryhausen 1981 stop-motion film about Perseus and Andromeda, Clash of the Titans, is being remade, with the new version due out in March 2010. The trailer for the original can be seen below, and of course there are various excerpts on YouTube.
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