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Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay
Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay

Air, Iron, and Water - Robert Delaunay

In this gigantic mural, Robert Delaunay presents a synopsis of the major motifs and themes that run through his artistic work. This work was created to decorate the French Railway Pavilion at the Paris World's Fair.

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In this gigantic mural, Robert Delaunay presents a synopsis of the major motifs and themes that run through his artistic work. This work was created to decorate the French Railway Pavilion at the Paris World's Fair.

The artist

Born into a bourgeois Parisian family, Robert Delaunay (1885 - 1941) was introduced to traditional painting by his uncle. Anxious to become a "painter of modernity", he produced his first paintings in 1904, very much linked to nature and strongly inspired by the neo-impressionist and fauvist movements. After being excluded from the Salon d'Automne in 1906, he acquired a small reputation by exhibiting at the Salon des Indépendants thanks to his paintings of Paris monuments, which were close to Cubism. He even founded, with his wife, the Orphic movement and simultaneism, halfway between cubism and abstraction. Despite his attraction to major art, Delaunay spent much of his life in the decorative arts: he created the sets for the Ballets Russes and painted frescoes for various public buildings.
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