Champs de Mars, the Red Tower  1923

by Robert Delaunay

Robert Delaunay was four years old when the Eiffel Tower was erected in Paris in the public green space known as the Champ de Mars. One of many artists to depict the landmark, Delaunay did a series of Eiffel Tower paintings, of which the Art Institute’s example is among the best known. The artist infused the dynamism of modern life into this image by employing multiple vie...
160.7 × 128.6 cm (63 1/4 × 50 5/8 in.)
Oil on canvas
Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

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