Kandinsky and the Blue Rider
The group of artists known as The Blue Rider, led by Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, represents a major landmark in the history of modern art by giving equal importance to abstract painting, realism, primitive and western art, children's drawings and drawings by Picasso.
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Introduction The career of Der Blaue Reiter 9 Opposite
Kandinsky as a student
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abstract Adolf Erbslöh Alexei von Jawlensky Alfred Kubin Almanac animals Association of Munich August Macke avant-garde Berlin Bernard Koehler Blaue Reiter blue Brakl Brücke Burliuk century Cézanne circa cm Bern cm Munich cm Paris cm Private collection colours Concerning the Spiritual Der Blaue Reiter Douanier Rousseau drawing editors Franz Marc Gabriele Münter Galerie im Lenbachhaus Gogh gouache HENRI ROUSSEAU horse Hugo von Tschudi Indian ink Kandinsky and Marc Kandinsky wrote Kandinsky's Kunstmuseum Lenbachhaus Opposite WASSILY Lenbachhaus WASSILY KANDINSKY Macke's Marc's Marianne von Werefkin Matisse Moscow Munich Artists Murnau Musée National d'Art Museum National d'Art Moderne NMARC oil on board oil on canvas Opposite WASSILY KANDINSKY organisers painter painting on glass Paul Klee Phalanx Picasso Portrait published Reinhard Piper reproductions Rider 1911 watercolour ROBERT DELAUNAY rôle Russian second exhibition Self-portrait Spiritual in Art St George Städtische Galerie studio Thannhauser Thannhauser gallery Walden WASSILY KANDINSKY Design woodcut