Sailboat In The Sea

size(cm): 55x30
Sale price£134 GBP


Wassily Kandinsky's painting "Sailing Ship at Sea" is a masterpiece of abstract art that has captivated art lovers since its creation in 1912. This work is a perfect example of Kandinsky's artistic style, characterized by the use of of geometric shapes and bright colors to create an abstract composition.

The composition of "Velero en el Mar" is a mixture of geometric shapes and curved lines that intertwine to create a sensation of movement and dynamism. The shape of the sailboat stands out in the center of the painting, surrounded by a series of abstract shapes that seem to be in constant motion.

The use of color in this work is impressive. Kandinsky uses a palette of bright, vibrant colors that blend and overlap to create a sense of depth and movement. The blue and green tones of the sea mix with the red and yellow tones of the sky to create a feeling of harmony and balance.

The story behind this painting is fascinating. Kandinsky created this work while living in Murnau, a small town in the Bavarian Alps. During this time, Kandinsky was experimenting with abstraction and the simplification of forms. "Sailboat in the Sea" is one of the first works in which Kandinsky used geometric shapes to create an abstract composition.

In addition to its artistic style and history, there are little-known aspects of this painting that make it even more interesting. For example, Kandinsky created this work while in a trance state, allowing him to connect with his subconscious and create a truly unique work of art.

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