Untitled (First Abstract Watercolor) Print by Wassily Kandinsky
Wassily Kandinsky’s “First Abstract Watercolor Print” is a visual representation of human emotions.
This painting is one of the first abstract watercolors. It is part of a series of abstract watercolors called The Blue Rider, which, according to Kandinsky, was a “movement” at the time of painting it.
Similarly, it is a major part of human history, as it represents a moment that changed art. So if you’re interested in abstract art, this is a must-have item.
The painting has a good perspective and harmony of colors. It is unique, and the canvas is stretched on a wooden frame.
With Lavel Art, you can buy this painting that you love, one that you will hang on your wall and look at every day. Similar to the painting above, you’ll find it inspiring and delighting when you see it and will want to show it to friends and family.
Artist: Wassily Kandinsky
Name: Untitled (First Abstract Watercolor) Print
Type: Canvas Print
Condition: Stretched (Ready to hang) or Rolled
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