Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944: The Journey to Abstraction

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Taschen, 1999 - Art - 199 pages
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Provides a discussion of Kandinsky's life and art is clear and lively, accompanied by color reproductions of his work.

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User Review  - Bianca Waker - Goodreads

The best Artist ever. I've always loved his work but with this book everything became clear. New paintigs, new facts, new passions. I just simply love Wassily Kandinsky :D Read full review

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User Review  - Andypants - Goodreads

The photographs were well done, in terms of lighting to capture the intense colors in most of the work :) The writing was about as comprehensible as possible when talking about a painter whose art was largely inspired by synaesthesia. Good value too. Read full review

Contents

Beginnings in Munich
7
Embarking upon the journey to abstraction
23
On the Spiritual in Art
55
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