Optophone I (circa 1922) by Francis Picabia


“Optophone I” (circa 1922-1924) by Francis Picabia showcases a reclining nude figure, partially colored in orange, set against a background of black and white concentric circles. The circles create a hypnotic optical effect, drawing the viewer’s eye to the center. The minimalist design is both striking and surreal, reflecting Picabia’s innovative approach to combining human forms with abstract patterns.

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Museum-quality prints

Museum-quality prints made on thick matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these prints that are sure to brighten any environment.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 189 g/m²
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
• Paper is sourced from Japan

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

Intriguing Optical Illusion Design

The “Optophone I” features a hypnotic design of concentric black and white circles, creating a powerful optical illusion that draws the viewer into its depths. At the center, a figure, partly colored in warm hues, contrasts beautifully against the stark background, emphasizing the interplay between form and void. This piece is perfect for those who appreciate art that challenges perception and ignites conversation.

Historical and Cultural Significance

Francis Picabia, a key figure in the Dada and Surrealist movements, crafted “Optophone I” during a pivotal period in his career. This work reflects his fascination with technology and the avant-garde spirit of the early 20th century. Owning this artwork means possessing a piece of history that embodies the radical ideas and cultural shifts of its time. It is a testament to Picabia’s genius and a significant addition to any serious art collection.

Elevate Your Space with Timeless Elegance

Beyond its historical importance and visual intrigue, “Optophone I” offers an elegant aesthetic that can enhance any space. Whether displayed in a contemporary living room, a sophisticated office, or a dedicated art gallery, this piece will elevate the ambiance, adding a touch of sophistication and intellectual allure. Its timeless design ensures it remains a focal point and conversation starter for years to come.






Living room, Bedroom, Study, Hallway


Dadaism – Surrealism, Modern Art


Geometric, Women

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Optophone I (circa 1922-1924) by Francis Picabia

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