A fine-art reproduction of "Planes by Colors, Large Nude" (1909-1910) by Czech painter and graphic artist František Kupka (1871-1957). Kupka was a pioneer and co-founder of the early phases of the abstract art movement and Orphic cubism. In this work, Kupka rendered the figure of his wife, Eugénie, in vivid shades of purple, green, yellow, and blue, devising an innovative modeling technique based on color, not line or shade, that sections her body into tonal planes in such a way that her “inner form” is made visible. This unveiling of the unseen is crucial, for Kupka believed that it is only through the senses and through physical experience that we can understand the universal scheme underlying existence. This work is part of the Guggenheim collection. Custom frame.