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Over the course of his artistic career, Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944) transformed not only his own style, but the course of art history.
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This beautiful hardcover book presents key Kandinsky works to introduce his repertoire of vivid colours, forms, and feelings. Tracing the artist’s radical stylistic development, it shows how one painter’s progression paved the way for generations of abstract expression to come.  Kandinsky’s interests in music, theatre, poetry, philosophy, ethnology, myth, and the occult, were all essential components to his painting and engraving.  From early figurative and landscape paintings, Kandinsky went on to pioneer a spiritual, emotive, rhythmic use of color and line and is today credited with creating the first purely abstract work.

Curated by Jardan