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Sonia Delaunay Aubusson Tapestry

Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979). After a Fauve period, she invents with her second husband Robert Delaunay, a form of painting that Apollinaire defines as Orphism. Sonia and Robert Delaunay worked mainly on finding pure color and movement of simultaneous colors, a trend that has inspired other painters after them, including Fernand Léger and Jasper Johns. Details: Wool tapestry, handwoven, various technical point. Dimensions: 175 x 123 cm. Edition: Number 3 on 6 copies. Workshop Pinton, Aubusson.

Item ID:B-SD2

WIDTH
48" (123 cm)
STYLE
French/Aubusson/Savonneries
PERIOD
Mid 20th Century
LENGTH
69" (175 cm)

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