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Frantisek KupkaDiscs of Newton, Study for Fugue in Two Colors1911One of my favorites to visit at the Philadelphia Art Museum- the colors simply don’t translate in this digital file. 
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    Frantisek Kupka ‘Discs of Newton, Study for Fugue in two colors’ (1911)
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