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Revised and restructured much of the article, added images and new texts with references. Before, this article was primarily based on Apollinaire and the Delaunay's. Now the article has been expanded to include other artists associated with Orphism (such as Kupka). The section entitled History now explains the origin of the term Orphism. This article was reworked in the Sandbox area for convenience, then transfered to the main article. Hopefully, now, the viewer will have a better understanding of Orphism and its relation to Symbolism, Neo-Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism and Abstract art in general. Note: much of the original article, some sections sourced and some section not, remains intact. Coldcreation (talk) 19:49, 4 June 2012 (UTC)