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Sonia DELAUNAY-TERK (1885-1979)

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Updated 10/30/2014: Sonia DELAUNAY-TERK (France) is an artist born in 1885 The oldest artwork ever registered on the website for this artist is a painting sold in 1986, at Sotheby's and the most recent artwork is a print-multiple from 2014. Artprice.com's price levels for this artist are based on 3,680 auction results especially: painting, print-multiple, sculpture-volume, drawing-watercolor, tapestry, ceramic, objects. 14 artworks by artist Sonia DELAUNAY-TERK will soon be available in auction houses , knowing that you can discover 38 artwork(s) currently on sale on Artprice's Marketplace , sold by 9 Artprice store(s).

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