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Sonia Delaunay Art

French, 1885-1979

Pioneering 20th-century abstract artist Sonia Delaunay was known for ignoring the distinction between fine art and applied design. Her body of work encompassed not only paintings and prints but also book illustrations, women’s and men’s fashions, costumes for theater and dance, film sets, wallpaper, furniture and interior decor. More than an expression of her prolific talent, this varied output was her way of erasing the boundary between life and art.

Born Sara Elievna Stern in 1885 to a working-class Jewish family in Ukraine (then part of the Russian Empire), she was adopted as a child by a wealthy maternal uncle in St. Petersburg, who saw to her well-rounded education. There, she picked up the nickname Sonia. 

At the age of 18, she left Russia for Germany to study painting, and in 1905, she landed in Paris, where she enrolled in art school. She soon dropped out but continued creating art, producing canvases strongly influenced by Fauvism. Following a brief marriage to gallery owner Wilhelm Uhde, she married fellow artist Robert Delaunay (1885–1941) in 1910. After the birth of her son, Charles, in 1911, she crafted a patchwork crib cover that she considered her first truly abstract piece.

No matter the medium, Delaunay’s passion was color. She and her husband were the main exponents of Orphism, a branch of Cubism defined by abstract compositions and bright shades. They saw their creations as experiments in Simultanéisme, or Simultanism, a color theory based on the work of scientist Michel Eugène Chevreul (1786–1889), who studied the ways in which a given hue can look different depending on the ones around it.

The Delaunays noted that certain pairings seemed to generate a vibration in the eye of the beholder. They felt that this movement captured the dynamism of modern urban life. The couple generally expressed the ideas underpinning Simultanism in their work with flat, overlapping panes of color. In fact, Sonia’s cradle cover melded their tenets with the traditions of Russian-peasant patchwork (also a big Constructivist inspiration).

Seeking to integrate Simultanism into all aspects of life, she designed other abstractly patterned furnishings for their home, which had become a gathering place for the avant-garde, and she worked the designs into their clothes, too, which she and Robert would wear throughout the city and to dance halls — behavior that today would likely be described as performance. In addition to performance, Sonia’s work presaged many other avant-garde movements, such as kinetic art and Op art.

After the upheavals of World War I and the 1917 Russian Revolution, Delaunay retooled herself and opened a business. Keeping her devotion to color juxtaposition front and center, she launched a fabric and fashion atelier where she created textiles, wearable pieces, interior decor and furniture, sometimes collaborating with cabinetmaker Adolphe Chanaux

Clients who may have found an abstract painting intimidating or inaccessible could enjoy the bright pattern on a cloche-and-scarf set Delaunay created or the striped handbag she designed. In this way, she brought her art into their everyday lives. Her colorful abstract design on a textile or rug could very well have been applied to one of her canvases and hung on a wall or vice versa.

While many women artists of the period were herded away from the fine arts and toward crafts (think Anni Albers), Delaunay was able to do it all. And what’s also so appealing about her oeuvre, to contemporary eyes, is the sense that Delaunay pursued everything — be it painting or fashion or costuming or furniture or graphic design — with equal vigor, without making distinctions between mediums. 

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Artist: Sonia Delaunay
Flamenco : Spanish Dancer - Original lithograph (Mourlot 1972)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Flamenco : Spanish Dancer, 1972 Original lithograph (Printed in Mourlot workshop) Unsigned On heavy paper 31 x 24 cm (c. 12 x 10 inch) Edited by San Lazzaro in 1972 ...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Avec moi-même - Planche 8
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in New York, US
Plate 8 from the 10-subject album "Avec moi-même" ("With Myself") On Arches wove paper. A beautiful plate, a small edition of 75, a demanding technique: etching and aquatint, and an...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Target
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1974 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 2/25 75.50 cm. x 56.00 cm. 29.72 in. x 22.05 in. (paper) 62.00 cm. x 43.00 cm. 24.41 in. x 16.93 in. (image) Arches...
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Lithograph

With myself
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Etching and aquatint, 1970 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 39/75 65.50 cm. x 50.50 cm. 25.79 in. x 19.88 in. (paper) 49.50 cm. x 39.50 cm. 19.49 in. x 15.55 in. (im...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Diagonal X
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1975 Handsigned by the artist in pencil Edition : /75 75.00 cm. x 58.00 cm. 29.53 in. x 22.83 in. (paper) 65.00 cm. x 52.00 cm. 25.59 in. x 20.47 in. (image) Two diagon...
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Lithograph

Composition circulaire
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Etching and aquatint, ca1970 Handsigned by the artist in pencil Edition : 125 65.50 cm. x 50.00 cm. 25.79 in. x 19.69 in. (paper) 49.00 cm. x 39.00 cm. 19.29 in. x 15.35 in. (imag...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Composition 1970 - Original etching - Signed in pencil & Numbered / 150
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Composition 1970 Original etching Signed in pencil Numbered / 150 On Arches vellum 65.5 x 50 cm (c. 26 x 20 in) Excellent condition
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Carnival Dress - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Carnival Dress Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On Arches vellum 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition, 1994 Exce...
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Woman with Art Deco Dress - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Woman with Art Deco Dress Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On Arches vellum 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition,...
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Late 20th Century Art Deco Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Rythmes et couleurs
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Etching, 1962 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and annotated "Epreuve artiste" Signed on the plate 63.00 cm. x 45.00 cm. 24.8 in. x 17.72 in. (paper) 38.00 cm. x 28.00 cm. 14.9...
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1960s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching

"Grand Carré Rouge" Modern Geometric Abstract Orphism Lithograph Edition 9/25
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Houston, TX
Modern colorful geometric abstract lithograph by early female artist Sonia Delaunay. Sonia, along with her husband Robert Delaunay, helped to form the artistic movement called Orphis...
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1970s Orphist Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

No title
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 46/75 52.00 cm. x 73.00 cm. 20.47 in. x 28.74 in. (paper) 45.00 cm. x 59.00 cm. 17.72 in. x 23.23 in. (image) Certificat...
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Lithograph

Vole De Nuit
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in London, GB
Vole de Nuit, 1975 lithograph in colours hand-signed and numbered by the artist 75 x 56 cm Edition of 75 Sonia Delaunay, a pioneering figure in the world of modern art, made signifi...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Rhythms Triangles Dress - 1926 - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Rhythms Triangles Dress Lithograph after a painting of 1926 Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On vellum paper 40 x 30 cm (c....
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Les illuminations de Rimbaud
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Gouache stencil, 1973 Not signed Edition : 90 Publisher : Jacques Damase (Paris) Printer : Ateliers Daniel Jacomet (Paris) 54.00 cm. x 38.00 cm. | 21.26 in. x 14.96 in. (paper) 33.0...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Stencil

Les illuminations de Rimbaud
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Gouache stencil, 1973 Not signed Edition : 90 Publisher : Jacques Damase (Paris) Printer : Ateliers Daniel Jacomet (Paris) 54.00 cm. x 38.00 cm. | 21.2...
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Sonia Delaunay's 1972 lithograph - XXè siècle art publication Mourlot
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in PARIS, FR
Sonia Delaunay's 1972 lithograph, a product of collaboration with the renowned Mourlot atelier, stands as a vibrant testament to the artist's mastery of color and form. This striking...
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1970s Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph, Paper

Sonia Delaunay 1930 Compositions Couleurs Idees Pochoir #7
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Bristol, CT
Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979) Planche 7 pochoir from the portfolio "Compositions, couleurs, idees" 1930 Image Sz: 12"H x 10"W Frame Sz: 15"H x 13"W w/ gilt bamboo frame
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1930s Sonia Delaunay Art

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Gouache

Les illuminations de Rimbaud
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Etching Edition : 119/200 76.00 cm. x 56.00 cm. 29.92 in. x 22.05 in. (paper) 49.00 cm. x 39.00 cm. 19.29 in. x 15.35 in. (image) Handsigned by the artist in pencil Ref : LCD3529
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching

Jazz - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Jazz Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On Arches vellum 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition, 1994 Excellent cond...
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Spain : Flamenco Dancer - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Spain : Flamenco Dancer Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On Arches vellum 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition, 1...
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Sonia Delaunay - Composition - Original Lithograph
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Sonia Delaunay - Composition Original Lithograph 1969 Dimensions: 32 x 25 cm Revue XXe Siècle Cahiers d'art published under the direction of G. di San Lazzaro. Sonia Delaunay was known for her vivid use of color and her bold, abstract patterns, breaking down traditional distinctions between the fine and applied arts as an artist, designer and printmaker. Born Sarah Stern on November 14, 1885 in Gradizhsk, Ukraine, she was adopted in 1890 by her maternal uncle, Henri Terk, a lawyer in St. Petersburg, where she grew up, exposed to music and art, and learning several foreign languages. In 1903, she moved to Germany to study drawing with Ludwig Schmidt-Reutler (1863–1909) at the Karlsruhe academy of fine arts; Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951), composer-to-be, was among her classmates there. In 1905, she traveled to Paris where she attended art classes at the Académie de la Palette, learned printmaking from Rudolf Grossman (1889–1941), and met Amédée Ozenfant (1886–1966), André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884–1974), and Jean-Louis Boussingault (1883–1943). Sonia spent much of her time at exhibitions and galleries in Paris, which showed works by Paul Cézanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Pierre Bonnard, and Edouard Vuillard, as well as Les Fauves, Henri Matisse and André Derain. She did, however, maintain contact with Germany, exhibiting at the Galerie Der Sturm, Berlin, in 1913, 1920 and 1921. During her first year in Paris, Sonia met the German collector and art-dealer, Wilhelm Uhde (1874–1947), whom she married on December 5, 1908, and whose Montparnasse gallery, the Galerie Notre-Dame des Champs, showed her first solo exhibition. Through Uhde, Sonia encountered many painters, including Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Maurice de Vlaminck, and Robert Delaunay (1885–1941). In 1910, Sonia divorced Uhde by mutual agreement, married Delaunay that same year, and gave birth to their son, Charles, in January 1911. Together Sonia and Robert Delaunay pursued the study of color, influenced by theories of Michel-Eugène Chevreul (1786–1889). Sonia’s interest in simultaneous contrast, as evidenced in her early collages, book bindings, small painted boxes, cushions, waistcoats and lampshades, led to one of her first large-scale works, the painting of the Bal Bullier (1912–1913), a popular Parisian dance-hall. Sonia’s first “simultaneous dresses,” a mix of squares and triangles of taffeta, tulle, flannelette, moiré, and corded silk, date from this period. Friendship with the poet Blaise Cendrars...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Sonia
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Ceramic Titled and signed in the mass under the base polychrome enamel decoration initialled with the initials "SD" on the bottom right diameter : 24.70 cm This plate in Moustiers e...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Ceramic

Rhythm-color
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1962 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 34/40 Publisher : Il Torchio (Milan) 71.00 cm. x 60.00 cm. 27.95 in. x 23.62 in. (paper) 57.00 cm. x 49.00 cm. 22.4...
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1960s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Rythm and Dance - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Rythm and Dance Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On vellum paper 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition, 1994 Exce...
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

No title
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1962 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 14/40 LCD5614
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1960s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Sonia Delaunay - Original Watercolor on paper
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Sonia Delaunay - Original Watercolor on paper Dimensions: 21 x 21 cm. Authentified by her son Charles Delaunay on the back. Sonia Delaunay was known for her vivid use of color and her bold, abstract patterns, breaking down traditional distinctions between the fine and applied arts as an artist, designer and printmaker. Born Sarah Stern on November 14, 1885 in Gradizhsk, Ukraine, she was adopted in 1890 by her maternal uncle, Henri Terk, a lawyer in St. Petersburg, where she grew up, exposed to music and art, and learning several foreign languages. In 1903, she moved to Germany to study drawing with Ludwig Schmidt-Reutler (1863–1909) at the Karlsruhe academy of fine arts; Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951), composer-to-be, was among her classmates there. In 1905, she traveled to Paris where she attended art classes at the Académie de la Palette, learned printmaking from Rudolf Grossman (1889–1941), and met Amédée Ozenfant (1886–1966), André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884–1974), and Jean-Louis Boussingault (1883–1943). Sonia spent much of her time at exhibitions and galleries in Paris, which showed works by Paul Cézanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Pierre Bonnard, and Edouard Vuillard, as well as Les Fauves, Henri Matisse and André Derain. She did, however, maintain contact with Germany, exhibiting at the Galerie Der Sturm, Berlin, in 1913, 1920 and 1921. During her first year in Paris, Sonia met the German collector and art-dealer, Wilhelm Uhde (1874–1947), whom she married on December 5, 1908, and whose Montparnasse gallery, the Galerie Notre-Dame des Champs, showed her first solo exhibition. Through Uhde, Sonia encountered many painters, including Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Maurice de Vlaminck, and Robert Delaunay (1885–1941). In 1910, Sonia divorced Uhde by mutual agreement, married Delaunay that same year, and gave birth to their son, Charles, in January 1911. Together Sonia and Robert Delaunay pursued the study of color, influenced by theories of Michel-Eugène Chevreul (1786–1889). Sonia’s interest in simultaneous contrast, as evidenced in her early collages, book bindings, small painted boxes...
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1930s Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

Eclipse
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Porcelain Edition : 397/900 Publisher : Artcurial Diameter: 29 cm Inside diameter (in the back): 18 cm LCD5312
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Porcelain

"Juste Présent" de Tristan Tzara planche 7
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Etching and aquatint, 1961 Handsigned by the artist in pencil LCD4905
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1960s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Rio Spinning Dress - Lithograph (Artcurial edition)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Rio Spinning Dress Lithograph after a painting Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On Arches vellum 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition, 1994 ...
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Late 20th Century Modern Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Scottish
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 22/75 LCD5287
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Study for a plate
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in London, GB
SONIA DELAUNAY 1885-1979 Hradzyk, Ukraine 1885- 1979 Paris, France (Ukrainian /French) Title: Study for a Plate, 1969 Technique: Signed Gouache and Pencil Drawing on Wove Paper Pa...
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1960s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Gouache, Pencil

Les Illuminations
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Stencil, 1973 Handsigned by the artist in pencil Edition : 20 Printer : Jacomet 57.00 cm. x 38.00 cm. 22.44 in. x 14.96 in. (paper) Artist proof LCD4631
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Stencil

Sonia Delaunay - Composition - Original Lithograph
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Sonia Delaunay - Composition Original Lithograph 1972 Dimensions: 32 x 25 cm Revue XXe Siècle Cahiers d'art published under the direction of G. di San Lazzaro. Sonia Delaunay was known for her vivid use of color and her bold, abstract patterns, breaking down traditional distinctions between the fine and applied arts as an artist, designer and printmaker. Born Sarah Stern on November 14, 1885 in Gradizhsk, Ukraine, she was adopted in 1890 by her maternal uncle, Henri Terk, a lawyer in St. Petersburg, where she grew up, exposed to music and art, and learning several foreign languages. In 1903, she moved to Germany to study drawing with Ludwig Schmidt-Reutler (1863–1909) at the Karlsruhe academy of fine arts; Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951), composer-to-be, was among her classmates there. In 1905, she traveled to Paris where she attended art classes at the Académie de la Palette, learned printmaking from Rudolf Grossman (1889–1941), and met Amédée Ozenfant (1886–1966), André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884–1974), and Jean-Louis Boussingault (1883–1943). Sonia spent much of her time at exhibitions and galleries in Paris, which showed works by Paul Cézanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Pierre Bonnard, and Edouard Vuillard, as well as Les Fauves, Henri Matisse and André Derain. She did, however, maintain contact with Germany, exhibiting at the Galerie Der Sturm, Berlin, in 1913, 1920 and 1921. During her first year in Paris, Sonia met the German collector and art-dealer, Wilhelm Uhde (1874–1947), whom she married on December 5, 1908, and whose Montparnasse gallery, the Galerie Notre-Dame des Champs, showed her first solo exhibition. Through Uhde, Sonia encountered many painters, including Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Maurice de Vlaminck, and Robert Delaunay (1885–1941). In 1910, Sonia divorced Uhde by mutual agreement, married Delaunay that same year, and gave birth to their son, Charles, in January 1911. Together Sonia and Robert Delaunay pursued the study of color, influenced by theories of Michel-Eugène Chevreul (1786–1889). Sonia’s interest in simultaneous contrast, as evidenced in her early collages, book bindings, small painted boxes...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Dance, Endless Rythm - 1923 - Lithograph
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Dance, Endless Rythm, 1923 Lithograph original Printed signature in the plate Numbered /600 On vellum paper 40 x 30 cm (c. 15.7 x 11.8 in) ArtCurial edition Excel...
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Late 20th Century Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Rythme V
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Engraving Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 67/100 63.00 cm. x 45.00 cm. 24.8 in. x 17.72 in. (paper) 40.00 cm. x 36.00 cm. 15.75 in. x 14.17 in. (image) LCD4183
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Engraving

Pochoir from the Portfolio Les Illuminactions
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Summit, NJ
Vibrant and bright pochoir on Arches paper by Sonia Delaunay. It is signed and numbered 9/20 in pencil on the front by the artist. On the back, it is stamped: Pochoir exécuté à la ma...
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1970s Orphist Sonia Delaunay Art

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Watercolor

Untitled
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in New York, NY
Created by Sonia Delaunay in 1965, Untitled is an original lithograph in colors. Hand-signed in pencil, and numbered from the edition of 75, the artwork measures 35 × 24 1/2 in. (88...
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20th Century Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

Flamenco : Spanish Dancer - Original lithograph (Mourlot 1972)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Flamenco : Spanish Dancer, 1972 Original lithograph (Printed in Mourlot workshop) Unsigned On heavy paper 31 x 24 cm (c. 12 x 10 inch) Edited by San Lazzaro in 1972 ...
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1970s Abstract Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

"Les Illuminations." by Arthur Rimbaud Paris: Jacques Damase
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in New York, NY
Delaunay, Sonia. "Les Illuminations". 1973. by Arthur Rimbaud Paris: Jacques Damase Album without text containing 15 color pochoirs. Loose as issued wi...
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Geometric Design
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in New York, NY
Delaunay, Sonia. Ses Peinture, Ses Objets, Des Tissus Simultanes, Ses Modes. This Plate: 19, 1924.. Paris, Librarie des Arts Decoratifs, ca. 1925. Original pochoir process print. Pr...
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1920s Art Deco Sonia Delaunay Art

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Paper

Composition in Green, Blue and Red - Original lithograph (Mourlot 1969)
By Sonia Delaunay
Located in Paris, FR
Sonia DELAUNAY Composition in Green, Blue and Red, 1969 Original lithograph (Printed in Mourlot workshop) Unsigned On heavy paper 31 x 24 cm (c. 12 x 10 inch) Edited by San Lazzaro...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Sonia Delaunay Art

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Lithograph

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