A Russian-born painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries who was a pioneer of abstract expressionism. His early canvases are turbulent abstractions; after 1920 his work incorporated brightly colored geometric forms.
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Two panels painted in 1914 by Vasily Kandinsky and recently on view at the Museum of Modern Art.
Winters liked to paint—usually quirky joke paintings that owed something to surrealism and Kandinsky.
This is “Impression III (Concert)”, by Vasily Kandinsky, and I think it is very ugly – gloriously, importantly ugly.
Was he already full of wrath, and had Wassily's conduct only thrown oil on the flame?
David stood squarely before him: Wassily was a whole head the taller.
Wassily ran into the house, and at once returned, bringing the watch.
"That wretched Wassily has betrayed us," he hisses between his teeth.
In this, then, as in so much else, Kandinsky and Dalcroze are advancing side by side.The Eurhythmics of Jaques-Dalcroze|Emile Jaques-Dalcroze