|Sonia Delaunay, Market at Minho,1915|
In research for the piece, I stumbled upon an art movement called Orphism. Orphism developed during the early 20th century from cubism and narrowed its vision on pure abstraction with bright colors. It is perceived to be fundamental in the transit from Cubism to Abstraction. Now if you've never heard of Orphism - I bet you'd recognize it when you saw it. Artists like Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Fernand Leger, Francis Ficaba and Franz Kupka all figured greatly in the movement.
|Robert Delauney, Homeage to Bleriot|
|Sonia Delaunay, Electric Prisms|