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Black Lines, c.1913

By Wassily Kandinsky

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50 x 50 cm [38 x 38 cm without border]
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

50 x 50 cm Art Print
38 x 38 cm without border
39,99 €
19,99 €
Ships in 24 Hours
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

Wassily Kandinsky (1886 - 1944) is considered to be the originator of abstract art, and believed that art could visually express musical compositions. Kandinsky, who was also an accomplished musician, saw color when he heard music, and associated a color’s tone with musical timbre, hue with pitch, and saturation with the volume of sound. Music influenced his art to such a degree that Kandinsky named his works after musical terms. Originally a lawyer in his native Russia, he was inspired to study art at age 30, after seeing Monet’s “Haystacks.” Kandinsky was gripped by a compulsion to relentlessly create, and believed that if this drive were pure, it would evoke a correspondingly powerful response in viewers of his work.

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Product Details

Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

Wassily Kandinsky (1886 - 1944) is considered to be the originator of abstract art, and believed that art could visually express musical compositions. Kandinsky, who was also an accomplished musician, saw color when he heard music, and associated a color’s tone with musical timbre, hue with pitch, and saturation with the volume of sound. Music influenced his art to such a degree that Kandinsky named his works after musical terms. Originally a lawyer in his native Russia, he was inspired to study art at age 30, after seeing Monet’s “Haystacks.” Kandinsky was gripped by a compulsion to relentlessly create, and believed that if this drive were pure, it would evoke a correspondingly powerful response in viewers of his work.

Item# 12186787A

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5.0

Just what I was looking for

By Annie

from Grand Ledge, MI

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Pros

  • Great Quality Paper
  • Visually Appealing
  • Vivid Detail

Cons

    Purchase Reason

    • Accent Piece
    • Decoration

    Comments:

    This print provided the blast of color that was needed for the area it was hung.

    • Age:
    • 60 – 64
    • Gender:
    • Female

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    Black Lines, c.1913

    By Wassily Kandinsky

    50 x 50 cm Art Print
    38 x 38 cm without border
    39,99 €
    19,99 €
    Ships in 24 Hours
    ADD TO CART