Zoom Small Worlds I Wassily Kandinsky ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom Small Worlds I Wassily Kandinsky ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom Small Worlds I Wassily Kandinsky ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction

Small Worlds I

Published in 1922, shortly after Vasily Kandinsky began teaching at the Bauhaus, this portfolio includes four prints each in etching, woodcut, and lithography. As the artist explains in the portfolio's introduction, each technique was chosen for its unique character: etching is characterized by its precision and appropriateness to the study of lines; woodcut is marked by the interplay of foreground and background, and the richness of textures; lithography combines a range of markings and colors to produce an image that most closely approximates a painting. As evident in their titles, each print represents an autonomous microcosm, a reflection of Kandinsky's view of the world as a self-contained cosmic entity consisting of innumerable independent, hermetic units.

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Wassily Kandinsky

Pioneer of abstract art, Vassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944), is not only Russian: he is, above all, an international artist who lived for several years in Paris, traveled in Europe, and made himself known through his essay theoretical The spiritual in art (1911). This prominent artist, a member of the Bauhaus and creator of the Blaue Reiter, marks a decisive turning point in the birth of abstraction. He is at the origin of a new language that expresses his "inner nature" and calls for musicality. This pioneer of abstract art is also the author of figurative work, less known but rediscovered since the 1960s.

Original artwork details

Current location: MoMa

Original size: 14 x 10.9 in (35.5 x 27.8 cm)

Date created: 1922

Art movement: Abstract

Painting and Framing

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