Who is the Red Square painting?
The painting "Red Square" is an urban landscape in which Kandinsky creates an image of the center of Moscow, one of his favorite cities. The artist uses a futuristic method to convey the movement of the figures, placing the main attention in the center of the square, showing its main monuments.
The name derives from the Russian adjective красная (krasnaja, feminine of красный, krasnyj), which means both "red" and, in the past, "beautiful": the adjective was originally applied (with the meaning of "beautiful") only to Cathedral of San Basilio, and subsequently extended to the square in which it stood.
Kandinsky, again on the basis of the theory according to which the movement of color is a vibration that touches the strings of the interior, describes colors based on the sensations and emotions they arouse in the viewer, comparing them to musical instruments.
1890 Its construction dates back to 1890.
St. Petersburg, Hermitage Museum. According to Kandinsky, the painter can communicate by means of a new, direct and immediate language, without adopting the filter of reality and real life. And this by combining colors with shapes.
Wassily Kandinsky is a Russian, naturalized French painter, known as the first true artist of the abstract movement. ... he Often compared painting to music, as he wrote in his treatise on Spirituality in Art.
Kandinsky argues that painting has a close relationship with the other arts, and not just with music. Poetry, dance, theater and other arts are also extremely linked to painting. "The blue knight" (1903). Private collection.
Vassily Kandinsky Vassily Kandinsky was born in 1866 in Moscow, where she will live until the age of thirty: after earning a law degree, she decides to devote herself full time to art, her true passion, and to move to Germany.
Geometric figures and the circle In the last years of his life Kandinsky focused on the expressive potential of geometric shapes, and in particular of the circle.
Modern art Expressionism Der Blaue Reiter Abstract art Vasily Vasil'evič Kandinsky / Periodi
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