Mask | Kandinsky Jaune Rouge Bleu

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Vassily Kandinsky


Vassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) is a Russian painter and engraver, a great theorist of art. Originally from Moscow, before settling permanently in France, he spent the interwar period in Berlin and taught at the Bauhaus from 1922. There he developed a geometric artistic vocabulary that gave great importance to the intuitive process.
The work:
Yellow Red Blue, 1925
Oil on canvas, 128 x 201.5 cm

Descriptions & Features


This face covering is not PPE or a medical device
Made in Europe

Éditions du Centre Pompidou

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