Composition 8 by Kandinsky
COMPOSITION 8 BY KANDINSKY: DESCRIPTION AND CURIOUS FACTS
The painting Composition 8 by Kandinsky is one of the masterpieces you can admire at the Guggenheim Museum of New York.
The artist painted the work in Weimar, while teaching at the Bauhaus.
In this post you’ll discover a painting describing the relationship of strength and movement that can exist between geometric shapes and pure colours.
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Edoardo Tresoldi: Sacral, 2016 © Fabiano Caputo
EDOARDO TRESOLDI, THE ARTIST OF ABSENT MATTER
Edoardo Tresoldi is the artist of “Absent Matter” and wire-mesh cathedrals, inserted by Forbes among the most influential European artists under 30 in Europe in 2017.
After the reconstruction of the Early Christian Basilica in Siponto, that won the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture, the huge installation “Etherea“ in the USA for the “Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival” and “Opera“, the installation on the seafront of Reggio Calabria, the artist exhibits in Ravenna “Sacral“, built in 2016 and set up for the exhibition dedicated to Dante “Un’ Epopea POP” organized by the MAR – Art Museum of the City of Ravenna.
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Green Violinist by Chagall
GREEN VIOLINIST BY CHAGALL: DESCRIPTION AND CURIOUS FACTS
Green Violinist by Chagall was painted in 1923, and evokes another famous violinist painted by the artist to decorate the interior of the Moscow State Jewish Theatre.
It wasn’t the first time the artist painted this subject. Throughout Chagall’s long artistic career, in fact, you can identify a series of paintings dedicated to the subject matter of the violinist containing family anecdotes about his grandfather, uncle and his passion for musicians.
In this post you’ll discover an evocative and magical figure of Chagall’s art.
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Vincent van Gogh, Pollard Willows at Sunset, 1888
POLLARD WILLOWS AT SUNSET BY VAN GOGH: DESCRIPTION AND CURIOUS FACTS
When I look at Pollard Willows at Sunset by van Gogh there’s a words that immediately comes to my mind: emotion.
If I look at brushstrokes and lines drawn by van Gogh with colour I feel his emotion while admiring this Provençal landscape. I can feel van Gogh’s urgent need to paint and put that explosion of vitality that he felt at that moment on canvas.
In this post I’ll make you discover one of the most intense paintings by van Gogh.
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GOYA’S PAINTINGS: THE UNMISSABLE ONES AND WHERE TO ADMIRE THEM
What are Goya’s paintings and where can you admire them?
Francisco Goya was the most important Spanish artist after Velázquez and the most famous before Picasso.
Just visionary and daring enough to create modern paintings that denounce the horrors of war.
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