SNUG.VASE LOW: "Robert Delaunay - Homage to Blériot" (1914)

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SNUG.VASE LOW: "Robert Delaunay - Homage to Blériot" (1914)

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Cardboard | Folded sheets| Format 14 x 11 x 11 cm (H/W/D)

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SNUG.VASE LOW: "Robert Delaunay - Homage to Blériot" (1914)

The cardboard turns into a vase. This original case is easily folded and set together. Then you have to set a glass bottle (0.33 l) or a fitting glass, fill it with water and set a flower or a branch inside. Ready! Even without a flower, this piece of modern art makes a great impression. It will bring the color to your office or house with uncomplicated lightness.

High quality reproduction in 4 colors. The bow is folded, a folding guide is enclosed. Handy to send as a gift. Format when assembled 14 x 11 x 11 cm (H/W/D).

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Inspired by the neo-impressionism Georges Seurat, the French painter Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) painted since 1911 together with the artists of the Blue Rider” group. At the first exhibition of the Munich artist group, he sold most of the paintings.

Unlike at Kandinsky, at Delaunay, the light stays in the foreground. He was led to his ʺOrphism” – as named later by Guillaume Apollinaire – by his window paintings the ʺFenêtre”. Vibrating color spots are forming the displayed form. In that time, Delaunay departed for good from abstract cubism.

Another development of his ʺFenêtre”-series is represented by various ʺFormes circulaires”, begun in the same year and establishing the beginning in 1912 of abstract painting in France.

Modern art movement. The term comes from the Latin word cubus = cube. The Cubists were inspired by a statement made by Paul Cézanne accoording to which the reality could be reduced to the cube, cone and ball. In terms of presentation they focused on the various perspectives of the image object.

Masters of Cubism are Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Fernand Léger. Alexander Archipenko is a sculptor among the Cubists.