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Expo 75 - Galerie Jacques Damase-Sonia Delaunay-Terk-Collectable Print

Expo 75 - Galerie Jacques DamaseBy Sonia Delaunay-Terk

$374.99
18" x 25"
Collectable Print
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About This Piece
The Art
Original PosterbrbrPublished in This print is a rare and collectable work of art As such it may show minor signs of handling aging or original printing defects It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better

Collectable prints are rare and unique works of art - from original pre-war advertisement posters, to contemporary exhibitions prints, to out-of-print and hard to find gems. Although not signed or numbered like a limited edition, they often appreciate in value over time due to their rarity and age. Because of the unique history of each item, collectable prints may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original print defects. Unless otherwise noted, each print is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better.
Product ID: 27206680987A
The Artist
Sonia Delaunay-Terk (1885 – 1979) broke the barriers between male and female artists, and redefined the scope and nature of art. Pioneering new artistic ground by co-founding Orphism with her husband Robert, Delaunay-Terk softened Cubism with lyrical color and realistic elements. She rejected art’s rigid framework by infusing her work with dazzling hues and powerful, repetitive patterns. Delaunay-Terk recast fashion and household items as important artworks, creating interior décor and bright, geometric apparel, often collaborating with high-fashion designer, Coco Chanel. The recipient of numerous awards, Delaunay-Terk was the first living female artist to exhibit at the Louvre.