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Kandinsky

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by Helmut Friedel
     
 

This sumptuously produced volume displays Kandinsky's brilliant use of color, shape, and composition through more than 250 full-color details or full-page illustrations. Essays by the world's leading Kandinsky experts focus on the evolution of his work throughout all periods of his career: his exploration of his Russian roots and his emigration to Munich; his…  See more details below

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This sumptuously produced volume displays Kandinsky's brilliant use of color, shape, and composition through more than 250 full-color details or full-page illustrations. Essays by the world's leading Kandinsky experts focus on the evolution of his work throughout all periods of his career: his exploration of his Russian roots and his emigration to Munich; his attraction to the Art Nouveau and fauvist movements; the formation of the Blue Rider group; the influence of music on his painting; his years at the Bauhaus; and his late work in Paris. The book's grand design and lavish packaging allow for a thorough examination of Kandinsky's most important works in all their extraordinary detail. Among the book's special features is an added stand-alone facsimile of Kleine Welten (Small Worlds), a series of 12 prints first published by Kandinsky in a limited edition in 1922. Accessible, impeccably researched, and wide-ranging, this important volume is certain to become an indispensable overview of the artist's seminal works as well as the perfect gift for anyone eager to experience the beauty and power of Kandinsky's vision.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783791340029
Publisher:
Prestel Publishing
Publication date:
11/15/2008
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
12.20(w) x 17.40(h) x 2.10(d)

Meet the Author

Helmut Friedel is the director of the Lenbachhaus in Munich. He has published numerous books on art, including Gerhard Richter: Red, Yellow, Blue, Franz Marc: The Retrospective and The Blue Rider in the Lenbachhaus (all by Prestel). Annegret Hoberg is a curator at the Lenbachhaus in Munich, which holds one of the most extensive collections of Wassily Kandinsky in the world.

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