Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Black lines

Black Lines by Russian artist  Wassily Kandinksy (1913) is an example of a number of his beliefs about art and philosophy. He believed that each note in a symphony had a corresponding color, for example, Middle C was yellow, and that closing notes were black. He also believed that art was made up of pure circles and basic lines, all of which are represented in this painting.

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