Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Orphism?

What is Orphism?

Orphism was an abstract style of painting influenced by cubism developed by Sonia and Robert Delaunay. French poet Guillaume Apollinaire created the term around 1912, which distinguishes the work of the Delaunay’s from cubism. Greek musician Orpheus inspired the term.

Artwork by Sonia Delaunay

Sonia Delaunay

Hippocampe, 1971

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Sonia Delaunay

Project de couverture , 1969

Drawing / Watercolor

Gouache

EUR 5,500

Sonia Delaunay

Untitled, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Etching

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Sonia Delaunay

Untitled, 1960

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

USD 1,970

Sonia Delaunay

Totem, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 4,850

Sonia Delaunay

Helice Olympie, 1969

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Sonia Delaunay

Untitled, 1969

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

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Sonia Delaunay

Gravure I, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Etching

USD 3,250

Sonia Delaunay

Untitled,

Painting

Gouache

GBP 10,150

Sonia Delaunay

Composition, 1965

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 1,500

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Calligraphy

A visual art closely related to writing. It is the production of decorative lettering or handwriting using a brush or a pen. Contemporary calligraphy refers to giving of forms to signs in an harmonious, expressive and a skillful manner. It ranges from functional designs and inscriptions to pieces of fine arts where letters may be readable or not.

Computer printing

Computer printing in its basic form is the process of using computer technology to reproduce fine art images to make prints. In more advanced techniques, artists can program computers to produce art images which are then transferred onto paper using printing technology.

Body Print

Depending on the artist's intention, body print may be executed in different ways that include smearing of grease or margarine on the skin, hair and clothes or by pressing oneself against a piece of paper then dust the oiled imprint with the pigment on the ground. The artist's body acts as the common printing plate, the "body print" however, does not work or act as a self portrait. It rather explores 2 competing identity conceptions.

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