Robert Delaunay, a French painter, printmaker and writer, used Cubism as one of his points of departure. By the 1930s his work was a study of geometric forms and vibrant color. Delaunay also wrote extensively until the end of his life, leaving a legacy of important essays on the development of abstract art.
This mural has 24 pages to color and measures 44″ by 40″ when complete. This mural includes color callouts to keep continuous color in the large circles.
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