Anna Beothy Steiner studied journalism between 1922 and 1925 at the art school of Álmos Jaschik in Budapest and worked on first drawing studies. In Italy she got in touch with the futuristic ideas of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, who influenced her as well as the Orphism of Robert Delaunay. She counted to the founding members of the group created in 1931 Abstraction-Création, with artists such as Arp, Gabo, Herbin, Kupka, Mondrian and Vantongerloo. In 1934, Beothy Steiner interrupted her artistic work, as a Jewish woman she had to immerse her in Paris, and did not get back to public appearance until the 1960s. Her main body of work, created 1927 to 1934, includes fabric and fashion designs, especially gouaches and watercolors. They show the penetration and superimposition of simple, geometric color surfaces.