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Période parisienne by Wassily Kandinsky

Période parisienne by Wassily Kandinsky

Dellasposa Gallery

Colour Lithograph


Edition Size: Edition of 2000

Sheet Size: 33.5 x 21 cm

Signed In Plate

Condition: Pristine

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The exquisite arrangement of the composition’s forms and colors represent Kandinsky’s final phase of development at a time when the Surrealists dominated the cultural topography and the city of Paris was a hotbed of creative rivalry. Kandinsky had a long association with Paris, which he had first visited in 1889 when he began to exhibit at various galleries. He spent his formative years in 1906-1907 on the outskirts in Sèvres with Gabrielle Münter. Throughout the next two decades, Kandinsky kept in contact with the Parisian milieu, and through the mediations of Henri Le Fauconnier, he became acquainted with Matisse, Delaunay and Picasso.



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Wassily Kandinsky

Russian painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky is credited as having painted one of the first recognised purely abstract pieces of art. He turned to abstract work after an extended period of development and intense thought based on his artistic experiences. He was totally devoted to an idea of inner beauty as a central focus of his art. Kandinsky was born in Moscow and grew up in Odessa, where he studied at Grekov Odessa Art school.

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