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DELAUNAY Robert (1885-1941) Nationality : French

Robert Delaunay was the son of George Delaunay and countess Berthe Felicie de Rose. While he was a child, Delaunay's parents divorced, and he was raised by his mother's sister and her husband in La Ronchere near Bourges. When he failed his final exam and said he wanted to become a painter, his uncle in 1902 sent him to Ronsin's atelier for decorative arts in Belleville. Aged 19 he left Ronsin to focus entirely on painting and contributed six works to the Salon des Independants in 1904. He traveled to Brittany where he was influenced by the group of Pont-Aven and in 1906 contributed works he painted in Brittany to the 22nd Salon des Independants, where he met Henri Rousseau.

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