Ingenious artist Robert Delaunay (1885 – 1941) founded Orphism, which expressed an object’s movement, light and rhythm rather than its form. Delaunay originally designed theater sets, and began exhibiting just one year after he started to paint. Neo-Impressionism influenced his early works, and he later employed Cubism to explore contrasting colors. Delaunay’s art incorporated circles suggestive of movement and space, as well as mathematically precise, faceted planes of color. Delaunay also explored experimental mediums, and profoundly influenced abstract art’s development in the 1920s.
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