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Study For A Panel

by Wassily Kandinsky

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Study For A Panel - Description

Russian Abstract Expressionist and member of the German Bauhaus Wassily Kandinsky painted Study for a Panel around the year 1935. The painting is a vorte of yellow sucking the viewer directly into the heart of the painting. While this center area rests behind other lines and shapes on the canvas, it is this area where the eye gets stuck and cannot escape. The blue ring prevents this from happening. Study for a Panel is a balance of dark, earthy colors and bright hues of electric blue and red, purple and yellow. The philosophy behind this painting is that there is to be no symbolism found in any of the shapes presented. There is no harm, however in interpreting anything found in the painting. The point is that the artist presents the colors to the viewer as a piano player might strike a series of notes to convey emotion. Kandinsky has created a symphony of color for the viewer to take anything they wish from it. Color is thought in Expressionist art to be the most powerful force of communicating emotion and therefore the introduction of form would diminish its sublime qualities and actually reduce quality from the overall composition. Kandinsky’s expressionist masterpiece Study for a Panel aims to make an emotional impact on whatever setting it might be placed in.

Painting Details

Artwork Name: Study For A Panel

Original Artist: Salvador Dali
Subject: Abstract
Style: Expressionism
Medium: 100% Hand-painted on Canvas
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