Robert Delaunay:
Seidenschal und Stockschirm "Formes Circulaires" (1912) im Set
Robert Delaunay:
Seidenschal und Stockschirm "Formes Circulaires" (1912) im Set

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Schirm: Automatik, Länge 90 cm, Ø 100 cm | Schal: Seidensatin (100% Seide), Format 180 x 42 cm (L/B)

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Seidenschal und Stockschirm "Formes Circulaires" (1912) im Set
Robert Delaunay: Seidenschal und Stockschirm "Formes Circ...

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Seidenschal und Stockschirm "Formes Circulaires" (1912) im Set

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Eine Weiterentwicklung seiner "Fenêtre"-Serie (Fensterbilder) stellen die im Jahr 1912 begonnenen verschiedenen "Formes circulaires" dar und begründen damit den Beginn der Abstrakten Malerei in Frankreich. Vielfarbige, kreisrunde Scheiben, übereinander, ineinander, bilden mit Ringen und Farbflächen eine bewegte und zugleich harmonische Komposition.

Stockschirm: Automatik-Schirm, Polyesterbespannung, Fiberglasgestell. Griff und Stock aus schwarzem Kunststoff. Länge 90 cm. Durchmesser Schirm 100 cm.
Schal: Seidensatin, 100% Seide. Format 180 x 42 cm (L/B).

Stockschirm und Seidenschal im Set.

About Robert Delaunay

1885-1941

Inspired early on by the Neo-Impressionism of Georges Seurat, the Frenchman Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) started to paint together with the group "Der Blaue Reiter" in 1911. At the first exhibition of the artists' group from Munich, he even sold the most paintings of all.

In contrast to Kandinsky, Delaunay focused on light. His window paintings, the "Fenêtre", led him to what Guillaume Apollinaire later named "Orphism": vibrating areas of colour are shaping the form to be depicted. It was during this period that Delaunay finally rejected Abstract Cubism.

In 1912, the "Formes circulaires" which were a further development of his "Fenêtre" series, marked the beginning of abstract painting in France.

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