Sonia Delaunay art deco dish Moustiers earthenware Artcurial edition

Dish model "Sonia" after Sonia DELAUNAY (1885-1979), earthenware from Moustiers, Artcurial edition 80s. White ceramic proof with polychrome enameled abstract central decoration. Marked with the initials S.D at the bottom right.

Inscription on the back Sonia DELAUNAY "Sonia" Artcurial Paris Moustiers France.

Diameter 33 cm

Perfect condition, in its original box.

CSD2125

750,00 €

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Sonia Delaunay, born Sophie Stern or Sara Illinichtna Stern, born November 14, 1885 in Gradizhsk, Ukraine and died December 5, 1979 in Paris, is a French painter of Ukrainian origin. After a Fauve period that was undoubtedly inspired by Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, she invented, with her second husband Robert Delaunay, a form of cubist painting focused on the search for pure color and the movement of simultaneous colors, a trend that inspired other painters after them, notably Fernand Léger and Jasper Johns.

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