Glasses Box| Kandinsky Arc Noir

An original and colourful spectacle case!

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Kandinsky
Artist
Vassily Kandinsky

Description

Vassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944) was a major figure in twentieth century art and the undisputed master of abstraction. He was born in Moscow. Before finally settling in France, he spent the period between the two world wars in Berlin and taught at the Bauhaus from 1922. He developed a geometric artistic vocabulary that attached great importance to the intuitive process.
The work :
Avec l'arc noir, 1912
Oil on canvas, 189 x 198 cm

Descriptions & Features

Characteristics

Rigid case
For sunglasses and regular glasses

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