Tag Archives: Sonia Delaunay


When the rules don’t apply to those who live on the margins She liked going out in the evening and having a handsome man by her side; she loved him telling her how beautiful she was or how great her art was. Tête de femme, a pencil and watercolor drawing measuring 36.3 x 27.5 cm, dated 1928 and signed lower …

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WHERE SECRETS TRAVEL FAST – Wherever you go, it stays with you, for Paris is a long creative feast

Walk about Paris, because will provide you lessons in beauty and taste Oh, Paris! There is no place like the city of lights, right? Or is it the City of creativity? Among the many ways of getting to know a city, we have created one that will powerfully involve your way of smelling, tasting and being involved. Before starting to …

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EXPLORING THE SIMULTANEOUS COLORS CONTRAST, UNTIL ORPHISM – Sonia Terk Delaunay: Modulations of color and light, for works with a lyrical tone

The avant-garde queen of loud, wearable art In 1906, she moved to Paris, painting works inspired by Gauguin and van Gogh. Four years later, she married the painter Robert Delaunay. A 1913 photo, taken five years later shows her posing in a loose patchwork outfit of her own creation. Starting in 1913, she created fabrics with simultaneous contrasts, abstract creations …

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