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Wassily Kandinsky

Untitled

India ink on paper
1931
18 x 22,5 cm / 7 1/8 x 8 3/4 in.
signed with monogram and dated lower left

The drawing was created in the Bauhaus period (between 1922 and 1932). It clearly exemplifies the compositional principles Kandinsky had developed. “The circle is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. It combines the concentric and the eccentric in a single form and in equilibrium. Of the three primary forms (triangle, square, circle), it points most clearly to the fourth dimension”.

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