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Vole de Nuit by Sonia Delaunay

Dellasposa Gallery

Colour Lithograph


Edition Size: 75

Sheet Size: 75 x 56 cm


Condition: Good

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Sonia Delaunay was a pioneering Ukrainian-born French artist known for her groundbreaking contributions to the fields of abstract art, textile design, and color theory. Born in 1885, Delaunay’s artistic career spanned several decades, during which she played a significant role in the development of modern art. Alongside her husband, the painter Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay co-founded the Orphism movement, a branch of Cubism that focused on the use of bold colors and geometric forms to create rhythmic and dynamic compositions. Delaunay’s distinctive style was characterized by vibrant colors, abstract shapes, and a sense of movement and rhythm, inspired by the urban environment and the dynamism of modern life. In addition to her work as a painter, Delaunay was also a prolific textile designer, creating innovative patterns and designs that revolutionized the world of fashion and interior design. Her bold and colorful aesthetic continues to influence artists and designers today, cementing her legacy as one of the most influential figures of the 20th century avant-garde.



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Sonia Delaunay

Sonia Delaunay French artist and the co-founder of the Orphism art movement. After spending her formative years in St Petersburg, Delaunay moved with her family to Paris in 1905. She became disillusioned with school and spent much of her time visiting art galleries.

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