DescriptionWe have adapted details from a color plate in Sonia Delaunay: ses peintures, ses objets, ses tissus simultanés, ses modes (1925), a rare portfolio devoted to Sonia Delaunay's (French, born Russia, 1885– 1979) work in the Museum’s collection, for our dramatic bracelet.
Rhodium overlay, hand enameled. Box-and-tongue closure. 1 1/4''W; inner circumference: 8 3/4''.
- Rhodium overlay, hand enameled
- Box-and-tongue closure
- 1 1/4''W; inner circumference: 8 3/4''
Art HistorySonia Delaunay (French, born Russia, 1885–1979) had a passion for color. In her signature version of Cubism, she juxtaposed vivid blocks of color to explore their tonal relationships. She named her distinctive style simultanéisme, a term she adopted from the treatise De la loi du contraste simultané des couleurs (The Law of the Simultaneous Contrast of Colors). A member of the Parisian avant-garde, she married the artist Robert Delaunay in 1910, with whom she often collaborated. Her work included paintings, collages, books, posters, decorative objects, textiles, clothing, and theater sets and costumes.