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Kandinsky in Murnau / photo / 1910
Kandinsky, Wassily Russian painter and graphic artist Moscow 4.12.1866 – Neuilly-sur-Seine 13.12.1944.

Kandinsky at work in the garden of Gabriele Münter in Murnau,...
Sketch for ‘On White II'
Falling silent
Violet
13 Rectangles
Les 3 couleurs primaires (…) chacune dans l’une des 3 formes primaires à laquelle elles correspondent
Joyeux
Rose fort calme
Trente
Composition
Counterweights
Grid
Dans le rectangle noir
Diagonal
Composition (mainly red, yellow, black)
Bild mit Pfeilform
Untitled
Two Black Spots
Anguleux
Trois sons
Braise évaporée
Mighty Red
De bas en haut
Red square
Acuité blanche
Towards The Four Corners
Green Spires
Entre deux
Contraste accompagné
La toile jaune
Un conglomérat
Actions variées
Der Blaue Reiter
Murnau : rue avec femmes
Murnau avec l’église I
Paysage avec pluie
Chemin de fer à Murnau
Murnau – Garden II
Improvisation 9
Mountain
En cercle
Composition
Lyrical
Composition IV
Simple aquarelle
Montagnes
Hiver à Kochel I
Improvisation 21a
Impression VI (Sunday)
First abstract picture with circle
Improvisation 20 (chevaux)
Improvisation 26 (Aviron)
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Wassily Kandinsky
December 2016 marks 150 years since the birth of Wassily Kandinsky (Russian-French artist; 16 December 1866 – 13 December 1944):

Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), one of the pioneers of abstract modern art, focused heavily on the use of colour and form to express a range of human emotions in his work, rather than merely replicating the physical world around him. Fascinatingly, Kandinsky is thought to have had a neurological condition called synaesthesia, defined as the capacity to “see” sound and “hear” colour. He therefore often likened the process of painting to that of composing music. In his 1911 book “Concerning the Spiritual in Art”, Kandinsky explored the concept of colour having the power to provoke a strong sensory experience within the soul of the viewer. Even today, his artworks still dazzle with their rich colour tones and geometric planes.

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