Improvisation 6, African

size(cm): 75x75
Sale price£238 GBP


The painting Improvisation 6, Africana by Wassily Kandinsky is a masterpiece of abstract art that has captivated art lovers since its creation in 1910. This work is one of the most representative of the author's artistic style, who is considered one of the most fathers of abstract art

The composition of the painting is a mixture of geometric shapes and curved lines that create a sense of movement and dynamism. The work is divided into several sections, each with its own rhythm and energy. The combination of shapes and colors creates a sense of controlled chaos that is characteristic of Kandinsky's style.

Color is one of the highlights of painting. Kandinsky used a palette of vibrant, saturated colors that create a sense of joy and vitality. Colors blend and overlap, creating a sense of depth and texture in the work.

The history of painting is fascinating. Kandinsky created this work during a period of great political and social upheaval in Europe. The painting reflects the tension and uncertainty of the time, as well as the author's fascination with African culture and its art.

One of the lesser known aspects of painting is its relationship with music. Kandinsky was a great lover of music and believed that art and music were closely related. The painting Improvisation 6, Africana was created as a visual response to music, and Kandinsky is said to have listened to music while working on the work.

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