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Vegan Leather Journal: Robert Delaunay's "Eiffel Tower"

Vegan Leather Journal: Robert Delaunay's "Eiffel Tower"

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Each vegan leather journal is printed with a fine art masterpiece in vivid colors, with the artist’s signature on the spine. Complete with an elastic band to keep it securely closed in your bag, two silky ribbon bookmarks to keep your place, a loop to hold your pen (matching pens are sold separately), and an interior pocket for ticket stubs and photographs, this journal is ready to travel wherever you might take it. Each page is micro-perforated for easy tear-out, and thick enough to prevent ink from bleeding through to the other side. With 160 dot grid pages, this luxurious journal makes a perfect gift for students, writers, travelers, and art-lovers of any kind.

The cover features Eiffel Tower, Robert Delaunay’s delightfully carefree painting of the iconic monument. A native Parisian, Delaunay painted the Eiffel Tower many times, using each version to experiment with style, bold colors and dynamic shapes. The original painting is in the collection of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

Product Details

  • 160 dot-grid pages for bullet journaling, sketching and writing
  • Soft-touch vegan leather cover with lay-flat binding
  • Elastic closure band and pen loop
  • Micro-perforated pages for easy tear-out
  • Gusseted back pocket to store notes, tickets or treasures
  • Illustrated front and back flyleaves with two quotes from the artist
  • Matching ballpoint pen sold separately
  • Product type: Journal
  • Shipping Dimensions: 8.5 × 5.75 × 0.5 inches
    (21.6 × 14.6 × 1.3 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.91 lb (14.5 oz; 411 g)
  • SKU010007034 | UPC: 0700811463635

About the Artist, Robert Delaunay

Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) was a pioneering 20th-century artist whose works significantly contributed to the development of abstract art and the Orphism movement. Born in Paris, France, Delaunay's artistic journey began with Impressionism but soon evolved into something distinct and revolutionary. Alongside his wife, Sonia Delaunay, he delved into vibrant geometric abstraction and explored the interplay of colors and shapes in his paintings. Embracing the concept of simultaneity, Delaunay sought to capture the dynamic energy of modern life, often drawing inspiration from urban landscapes and modern technology. His series of "Windows" and "Eiffel Tower" paintings exemplify his innovative use of color and form to evoke emotion and movement. Through his groundbreaking art and theoretical writings, Robert Delaunay remains an influential figure, leaving a profound impact on the trajectory of abstract art and inspiring generations of artists to come.

About Accent by RainCaper

Founded by mother-daughter duo Jan Hartman and Lindsay Hagerman, Pennsylvania-based RainCaper® launched in 2016. Designer Jan ran a destination retail store where she and daughter Lindsay offered distinctive gifts and accessories for 24 years.

The Accent by RainCaper® Fine Art Collection reflects Jan’s love of the arts (she and her husband Jim are avid art collectors); it makes Jan especially happy to see how art resonates with people and watch as their love of art translates into an appreciation and desire for the Accent by RainCaper® Fine Art Collection. 

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Your purchase supports the mission and programs of the Chrysler Museum of Art (including the Perry Glass Studio, and the Moses Myers House). We couldn't do what we do without you. Thank you.

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