Colorful Painter Who Traveled in Good Company : Thoughts on Robert Delaunay

April 12 is the birthday of Sonia Delaunay’s partner, who in his youth helped Henri Rousseau and in his later years received support from the Guggenheims

Painter Robert Delaunay (1885–1941) wanted people to do more than see movement in his canvases. He wanted them to feel motion with their eyes, to experience it. And he wanted to share his great enthusiasm for a world undergoing rapid technological…

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Kerry Dooley Young

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Journalist who digs kindness, art, food, cities, politics, history and business. Has visited museums on six continents, eaten in more than 60 nations.

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