Black And Violet

size(cm): 40x55
Sale price£150 GBP


Wassily Kandinsky's painting "Black and Violet" is a masterpiece of abstract art that has captivated art lovers since its creation in 1923. This work is a perfect example of Kandinsky's artistic style, which is characterized by the use of geometric shapes and bright colors to create a unique and emotional composition.

The composition of "Negro y Violeta" is a mixture of geometric shapes and curved lines that intertwine to create a sensation of movement and depth. The painting is divided into two parts, an upper half dominated by the color black and a lower half dominated by the color violet. The curved line that separates the two halves is a distinctive feature of Kandinsky's work and is used to create a sense of tension and balance.

The use of color in "Black and Violet" is another outstanding aspect of the work. Kandinsky used black to create a sense of depth and mystery, while violet is used to create a sense of calm and serenity. The combination of these two colors creates a sense of balance and harmony in the work.

The story behind "Black and Violet" is also fascinating. Kandinsky created this work during a period in his life when he was experimenting with color theory and spirituality. He believed that colors had emotional and spiritual power and could be used to create a connection between artist and viewer.

Also, there is a little known aspect of "Black and Violet" that is interesting to highlight. Kandinsky created this work using a technique called "tempera painting," which is an ancient technique used to create durable, waterproof paintings. This technique involves mixing pigments with water and egg yolk to create a paint that adheres well to the surface of the canvas.

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