"It seems to radiate out of the corner of the room in which it is hung. It’s almost like a stained-glass window bringing light and energy into the gallery." Rebecca Court, Tate Volunteer Guide
In his influential treatise, “Concerning the Spiritual in Art,” Kandinsky theorized a new form of artistic expression that would reject the materialist world in favor of emotional and spiritual ideals, using abstract forms and color symbolism to evoke an inner, preconscious world.
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Wassily Kandinsky’s paintings are spiritual symphonies that reveal hidden truths and speak directly to our senses and feelings
Jonathan Jones: The great abstract artist’s paintings are spiritual symphonies that speak directly to our senses and feelings
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