This museum level quality print, signed by the artist and limited to an edition of 150, is available in three sizes: 40 x 27 cm, 88 x 54 cm and 130 x 80 cm.
About the artwork:
A Recycling of “Joy and Life” 1930 by Robert Delaunay. Orphism was a short-lived modernist movement, a non-figurative manifesto that proclaimed color for the sake of color, and where no recognizable imitation from the physical world was “the law”. The movement was a branch of Cubism, but leaned more towards lyrical color sensations and circular shapes. These color cathedrals in rhythm, harmony and geometry became a brilliant setting for this soap bubble-blowing Sister Delaunay, representing a new world with new opportunities.