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Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
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Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
Kandinsky the path to abstraction.pptx by aa
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  • 1. Wassily Kandinsky an Abstract Expressionist By:Arlette Apelian-Kiledjian May 26, 2010
  • 2. Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow (1866-1944) He learned cello and piano from young age. He studied law and economics and got his PHD. He wrote concerning the spiritual in art. He taught art at Bauhaus in Weimar Germany. He was part of a group named The Blue Rider. He married twice and Gabriele Munter, a Painter, was his big love. Kandinsky lived his life fully and he was a handsome man.
  • 3. “Everything starts from a dot”. Kandinsky Couple Riding
  • 4. Volga Song
  • 5. “A man who can move mountains”Franz Marc, painter Autumn Landscape with Boats
  • 6. Arabs I (Cemetery)
  • 7. Improvisation 6 (African)
  • 8. “Central to his career as a theorist, Kandinsky began to investigate ‘form’ in art form created from inner necessity”. Dr. Janet Mckenzie Painting with Three Spots
  • 9. “Color provokes a psychic vibration. Color hides a power still unknown but real, which acts on every human body”. Kandinsky Improvisation 12 (Rider)
  • 10. Wall Panel (for Edwin Ricampell’s villa)
  • 11. “The relationship between art and music is central to an examination of Kandinsky's work”. Dr. Janet Mckenzie Composition VIII
  • 12. On White II
  • 13. “The impact of the acute angle of a triangle on a circle produces an effect no less powerful than the finger of God touching the finger of Adam in Michelangelo”. Kandinsky Black and Violet
  • 14. “The major exhibition on ‘ The Path to Abstraction’ was held in Britain, it met with mix of praise and hostility, ridicule of theosophy and simplified reliance on the theory of synthanaesia, the ability to see music”. Dr. Janet Mckenzie Yellow-Red-Blue
  • 15. “Art is a power that should be aimed at developing the soul. If art does not do this job, the abyss that separates us from God is left Without a bridge”. Paulo Coelho, writer Dominant Curve
  • 16. “I really believe that I am the first and only artist to throw not just the ‘subject’ out of my paintings, but every ‘object’ as well”. Kandinsky Two Green Points
  • 17. Upward
  • 18. “A painting by Kandinsky gives no image of life-it is life itself”.Diego Rivera, painter Composition IX
  • 19. “If one Painter deserves the name ‘ creator’ it is he”. Diego Rivera, painter Reciprocal Accords
  • 20. Tempered Elan
  • 21. Scharfruhiges Rosa
  • 22. Merry Structure
  • 23. “He expresses drama, destruction, complex relationships, candid beauty, courage and redemption through exquisite orchestrations of colour and line, like no other artist before or since”.Dr. Janet Mckenzie Quiet Harmony
  • 24. “The more frightening the world becomes…the more art becomes abstract”. Kandinsky Several Circles
  • 25. “Some day, Kandinsky will be the best known and best loved of men”. Diego Rivera, painter In The Bright Oval
  • 26. References and sources Studio International, Dr. Janet Mckenzie (deputy editor) sited at 5/ 22/2010 Wasilly Kandinsky- painting 1896-1944. sited at 5/22/2010 Paulo Coelho’s Blog sited at 5/23/2010 Kandinsky by Ulrike Becks-Malorny The Painter’s keys quotes by kandinsky 5/24/2010 Music Pixar’s up soundtrac

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