Wassily Kandinsky

Kandinsky - Tension en Hauter

| /
Dimensions: Paper 27.25" x 42" / Image 24.5" x 35.5"
Text below image.
An abstract featuring blacks, yellows, reds, and blues.
"Tension en Hauter’ was produced by Wassily Kandinsky in 1924 whilst he was living in Weimar in Germany and teaching at the German art school Bauhaus. During this period Kandinsky progressed towards more geometric abstraction and a well-planned composition. Kandinsky also drew upon the idea of constructivism which was emerging in Russia between artists such as Vladimir Tatlin who believed that art should directly reflect the modern industrial world.
Medium-Offset lithograph