Kandinsky

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''Kandinsky Cadence“ by Alma Lee, color pencils, marker, on MDF panel. This piece is an homage to Wassily Kandinsky the man, his theory & his art. Wassily Kandinsky, First Art, Art And Illustration, Art Illustrations, Henri Matisse, Art Plastique, Love Art, Art Lessons, Art Projects

Kandinsky Cadence

"Kandinsky Cadence" Painting by Alma Lee posters, art prints, canvas prints, greeting cards or gallery prints. Find more Painting art prints and posters in the ARTFLAKES shop.

Tate Wassily Kandinsky (not Paul Klee!) was the longest serving teacher at the Bauhaus! Wassily Kandinsky, Kunst Poster, Art Plastique, Love Art, Abstract Expressionism, Art Lessons, Art History, History Class, Modern History

‘Swinging’, Wassily Kandinsky, 1925 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Swinging’, Wassily Kandinsky, 1925 on display at Tate Modern. The title ‘Swinging’ captures this work’s sense of movement. Kandinsky believed painting should aim to be as abstract as music. He worked to create art that was free from all references to the material world. For him, colour in particular was essential for liberating art from representing the visible world.

Global Gallery 'Clear Connection' by Wassily Kandinsky Graphic Art on Wrapped Canvas Size: Painting Frames, Painting Prints, Wall Art Prints, Art Paintings, Painting Art, Kandinsky Art, Wassily Kandinsky Paintings, Kunst Poster, Art Plastique

Wassily Kandinsky - Clear Connection, 1925

Sold 14 March 2017 at Sotheby's in London for GBR 1,45 million

Composition VIII ~ Wassily Kandinsky, oil on canvas, 55 x 79 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. The first of more than 150 works by the artist to enter the collection. Kandinsky regarded 'Composition as the high point of his postwar achievement. Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Art, Abstract Designs, Abstract Landscape, Abstract Posters, Landscape Design, Kandinsky Art, Kandinsky Prints, Wassily Kandinsky Paintings

The Top 10 Most Important Paintings of All Time

It’s a well known fact that paintings and art, in general, are inherently subjective things. Sure, we can talk about “famous” art, but fame does not equal quality; at the end of the day, all talks about the best or worst art of any kind come down to one basic question: what IS art anyway? No one has the definite answer and, if they claim to, then they are filthy, filthy liars and what do we do with liars? That’s right, maple syrup enemas, but we’re getting off track. The point is that it’s…