Sonia Delaunay, Vingt-sept Tableaux Vivants
G. Braziller, 1986 - Art - 104 pages
The exciting, novel fashions of Sonia Delauney, a member of the avant-garde movement in Paris in the early twentieth century, heralded the advent of a radically new concept in clothing design.
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1995 Exposition abstract art Albright-Knox Art Gallery album ART INTO FASHION Art of Color Artcurial avant-garde artists Bal Banal Bal Bullier Blaise Cendrars Buckberrough Chevreul clothing coats Cocteau Coeur Cohen collaboration collage Crevel Cubism Dada Dadaist and Surrealist dance Dancer with Discs Decoration Delaunay felt design costumes Diaghilev embroidered embroideries exhibit at Galerie Fashion Design friends Future of Fashion Giacomo Balla Guillaume Apollinaire I-ler Ibid Iliazd Influence of Painting Jacques Damase Jacques Heim Jusquau Soleil lithographs Louis Aragon Lyons Magnelli Malesherbes motifs movement National d'Art Moderne Orphism Painting on Fashion Palette Paris Participates Petersburg play pochoir poet poster Raoul Dufy Retrospective Rhythms Robert and Sonia Robert Delaunay Salon scarves sets and costumes simultaneous color Simultaneous Contrasts simultaneous dresses Sonia and Robert Sonia Delaunay Sophie Tauber-Arp Sorbonne Soupault surface tapestries Theater theory Translation of Sonia Tristan Tzara Uhde visual Wilhelm Uhde woman dancer York Graphic Society