Art Print "Gelb-Rot-Blau (Jaune-rouge-bleu)"

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About the Artwork

Gelb-Rot-Blau (Jaune-rouge-bleu)

Vassily Kandinsky (1866-1944)
Gelb-Rot-Blau (Jaune-rouge-bleu)
1925 (détail)
Oil on canvas
128 x 201,5 cm
The abstraction of Kandinsky's lyrical and spontaneous beginnings changed into a more rational geometric language in the 1920s. This work is based on the balance of opposed but yet complementary elements. At first sight, two parts seem to confort each other: geometric lines and bright colors on the left, sinuous shapes and dark shapes on the right. The main emphasis is on the three primary colors that, from left to right, articulate the composition.

Vassily Kandinsky

Vassily Kandinsky
Vassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944) was a Russian painter and art theorist.

Art Print

Fine art, gallery quality giclée print on natural white, matte, archival paper using UV pigment 12 colors Epson archival inks for crisp contrasts and 100+ years longevity.

  • Fine art paper 200 g/m2, slightly textured, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free.
  • The size options are tailored to standard frames
  • The final dimensions includes the white border.
  • Delivered rolled and shipped in a rigid tube.
Art Print