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Blue Segment (Blaues Segment), 1921  Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944)

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Composizione. Paesaggio - 1915 - Kandinsky Vassili - Opere d'Arte su Tela - Listino prodotti - Digitalpix - Canvas - Art - Artist - Painting

Composizione. Paesaggio - 1915 - Kandinsky Vassili - Opere d'Arte su Tela - Listino prodotti - Digitalpix - Canvas - Art - Artist - Painting

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Wassily Kandinsky, Composition V, 1911 This image was refused from the 'Münchner Ausstellung'. As a counter-act the avant-garde artists organized the counter-exhibition 'Blauer Reiter' (Blue Rider)

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Composition VI - Wassily Kandinsky 1913 - Kandinsky spent nearly six months preparing to create this painting, at first intending the work to evoke a flood, baptism, destruction and rebirth all at the same time.

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Helles Bild, 1913

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Wassily Kandinsky: "Composition VII", 1913 oil on canvas, Dimensions: 79 × 119 in × cm) Current location: Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

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Wassily Kandinsky - Lake Starnberg, 1908 at Tate Modern Art Gallery London England

Composition IVArtist: Wassily Kandinsky Completion Date: 1911 Place of Creation: Munich / Monaco, Germany Style: Abstract Art Seri...

Composition IV, 1911 - An anecdote says that Kandinsky only thought he had finished the painting once his assistant accidentally turned it to its side – the change of perspective changed the overall impression of the piece and made it perfect.

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