Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) sought a form of painting that speaks for itself, the color he wanted to speak. He understood that the color had the power to convey feeling and emotion of the artist. The observer should call the color and emotion. Definitely wanted to liberate the artistic engagement with reality and liberate the eye of the beholder. For Kandinsky painting only when the subject came free, she would be faithful to what it is: color and media. Through the loose scribbles and shapes, he let out his hand and this created the abstract figures. Kandinsky know the random shapes together to create momentum, weight and balance.
Improvisation 26 (Oars).
Kandinsky add to the skyline and leave forms are floating in space. In the painting chosen, it is evident the feeling passed through the strong colors and the union of shapes, lines and curves without using the three-dimensionality and the submission of the skyline. He also takes the title for not letting the viewer trying to analyze and find out what is the work. The eye of the observer is not forced to try to discover what each shape represents, but feel the emotion passed by the union colors. The painting begins to talk about their own issues, a free theme and engagement with reality.
Image. Wassily Kandinsky. Improvisation 26 (Oars). 1912. Oil on canvas. 97 x
107.5 cm. Städtische
Galerie im Lenbachhaus, .
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