Kandinsky's Oil Paintings
The variety of color and shapes in Kandinsky's compositions are recognized as the creations of an art genius. Kandinsky's paintings show large explosions of color and shapes that are in continual transformation before the viewer.
It is considered that Kandinsky's paintings combine the perception of hearing and viewing. He visualized sounds in art like color patches (synesthetic art), Kandinsky was a lover of Wagner's music and it emerged in his most abstract creations.
Understanding the roles played by shades of color, music and iconography can open up many ways of appreciating Kandinsky´s artwork and the ideal that guided him throughout his life along the route of abstraction and spectacular images.See the Quality of Our Painting Reproductions
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