size(cm): 55x35
Sale price£143 GBP


Wassily Kandinsky's Bent Point painting is a masterpiece of abstract art that has captivated art lovers since its creation in 1927. This work is a perfect example of Kandinsky's artistic style, characterized by geometric abstraction and the use of bright and contrasting colors.

The composition of the painting is fascinating, with geometric shapes that overlap and intertwine in a play of lines and colors. The bent point that gives the work its name is a triangular shape that is in the center of the painting and seems to be floating in a sea of ​​colors.

The use of color in painting is one of the most interesting aspects of the work. Kandinsky was a master in the use of color and in Punta Doblada he uses a palette of bright and contrasting colors that create a sense of movement and energy in the work. Red, yellow and blue tones mix and overlap in a dance of colors that is mesmerizing.

The history of the painting is also fascinating. Kandinsky created this work at a time in his career when he was exploring new forms of artistic expression. The painting was created in his studio in Paris, where Kandinsky lived for several years and was inspired by the city's vibrant cultural life.

In addition to his artistic style and composition, there are other interesting aspects of the Punta Doblada painting that are less well known. For example, Kandinsky is said to have created this work as a tribute to his friend and colleague, the artist Piet Mondrian. The bent point in the center of the painting is also said to represent the figure of a man leaning forward, as if about to jump.

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