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Russian painter who was a pioneer of abstract art (1866-1944)

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89) Vassily Kandinsky "Sobre la cuestion de la forma", en Vassily Kandinsky y Franz Marc, El Jinete Azul, pag.
Nonetheless, in this group show five artists have allowed what Kandinsky would have called their 'inner need' to be expressed in works that pay tribute to the 'inner voice' ('innerer Klang') that gives the show its title.
ON THE FIRST DAY, we began by looking at paintings created by Kandinsky and discussing how we were able to see the movement within his shapes and lines in his paintings.
Ward notes that Kandinsky is believed to have had synesthesia and to have the experience of hearing color and seeing sound.
Other fine artists were also hired: Klee, Kandinsky, Oskar Schlemmer, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, El Lissitzky.
More commonly, as Besant would explain, an existential gap exists between the experience of the initiator and his attempted expression of this "inner resonance," as Kandinsky called it.
As its title suggests, Songs to Kandinsky was written to honor the highly influential Russian painter and art theorist, Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944).
Intimate Collaborations: Kandinsky & Munter, Arp & Taeuber
The Kandinsky painting will be part of a bigger exhibition which starts on October 24 at the Centre Square gallery.
Since in Sirk's cinematic version of Magnificent Obsession it is an Expressionist painter who initiates Bob Merrick into the cryptic philosophy that will change the course of his life, in this paper I will attempt to re-examine this infamous film through the prism of the writings of Wassily Kandinsky.
Where Heaven and Earth Meet: the spiritual in the art of Kandinsky, Rothko, Warhol and Kiefer
In his critical essay on Wassily Kandinsky, published in 1988, (4) Henry outlines an aesthetic theory that emerges from his phenomenology of life.
It was therefore all the more impressive that our Year 11 student Natalie Angus won first prize for her 3D sculpture inspired by the artist Wassily Kandinsky.
Among the painters whose work is represented: Gauguin, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Munch, Whistler, and other lesser-known artists from Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Russia, Poland, Finland, and Scandinavia.
He demonstrates how the avant-garde painters Kazimir Malevic and Wasilij Kandinsky advocate the use of innovative means of expression against traditionalists like Kropotkin who ignore the aesthetic dimension of literary texts and instead give priority to their utilitarian and didactic aspects.