"Signal" Limoges porcelain dish by Sonia Delaunay

Very beautiful cubist dish in Limoges porcelain signed and numbered, Artcurial limited edition.

Perfect condition.

Signed Sonia Delaunay, numbered 799/900

Diameter 29cm

CSD2126

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. Adopted by a maternal uncle Henri Terk whose name she took, she studied the fine arts quite little: drawing in Karlsruhe for two years, then in Paris. She was naturalized French thanks to a first marriage with Wilhelm Uhde in December 1908. 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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