Acrylic Print "La Ville de Paris"

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About the Artwork

La Ville de Paris

Robert Delaunay (1885-1941)
La Ville de Paris
1910-1912
Oil on canvas
267 x 406 cm
Painted for the Salon des Indépendants of 1912, La Ville de Paris, depics, by its monumental size and its rich iconography, the ambitions of Robert Delaunay. It sums up, in an accelerated processus, his transition from cubism to abstraction, via simultaneous contrasts.

Robert Delaunay

Robert Delaunay (1885 - 1941) est un peintre français. Avec sa femme Sonia Delaunay, il est une des figures principales du mouvement Orphique, branche du cubisme.

Acrylic Print

The technique of printing under acrylic glass used by the greatest artists gives the works a very contemporary look, depth and brings intensity to the colours. Acrylic glass (Plexiglas®) is unbreakable, lighter than glass and easy to clean with a sponge.

  • Thickness of the acrylic: 2 mm.
  • Bright finish.
  • Aluminum laminated rear panel Dibond black 3 mm
  • System of hangers and plastic cushions that allow to detach the work from the wall.
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