"Compositions" by Kandinsky: not just spots and lines

"Compositions" spans Kandinsky's creative process - from his first steps on the path towards abstraction to his final Parisian period, when he departed from rigid geometrics in the tradition of the Bauhaus school in favor of milder forms under the influence of the Paris school of surrealists, which included Joan Miro and Jean Arp. // Composition X, 1939

"Compositions" spans Kandinsky's creative process - from his first steps on the path towards abstraction to his final Parisian period, when he departed from rigid geometrics in the tradition of the Bauhaus school in favor of milder forms under the influence of the Paris school of surrealists, which included Joan Miro and Jean Arp. // Composition X, 1939

Wassily Kandinsky
Wassily Kandinsky was an outstanding Russian painter, graphic artist, visual art theorist and pioneer in the field of abstract art.
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