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František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912

František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912 František Kupka Salon d'Automne Paris 1912
The exclusive dual retrograde white gold watch, limited edition of 12 pieces to honor the 100th anniversary of the Paris autumn exhibition "Salon d'Automne Paris 1912". There, for the first time, Frantisek Kupka presented to the public his abstract paintings "Amorpha - Fugue in Two Colors" and "Amorpha - Warm Chromatics", both which represented a revolution in art form and its perception. However, it was also is the first-ever edition of watch that was introduced by Prokop & Broz. The eccentric and asymmetric arrangement of the double retrograde to display hours and minutes were the answer to the question of how to link the unique art work of Frantisek Kupka with the watchmaking craftsmanship of Martin Broz. Both Kupka's key paintings are characterized by mutual interpenetration of circular forms, but it was mainly the main motive of the "Fugue in Two Colors" which brought the necessary dose of abstraction into the watchmaking world of Prokop & Broz.    
Case design:Michal Jelínek, Petr Kubík
Graphic of dial:Jiří Lammel
Case development:Jan Prokop
Production technology:Petr Konečný
Caliber development:Martin Brož
Caliber:PB 1201
Prokop & Brož
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