Robert Delaunay - Endless Rhythm

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It is likely that Endless Rhythm was created in Delaunay's studio at 3 rue des Grands-Augustins in Paris. Oil paint was applied to the canvas in a series of controlled, rhythmic lines. The painting was significantly reworked by the artist during production; there is evidence that the circles originally shifted from lower right to upper left. Various titles and dates have been assigned to the work. In a letter dated 4 August 1971, Delaunay's wife Sonia stated that it was painted in 1934.

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The Eiffel Tower series is a cycle of paintings and drawings. The main sequence was created between 1909 and 1912, and the series is considered the most important art representing the legendary Paris Tower, as well as the most important work of Delaunay.


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