Jaune Rouge Bleu by Wassily Kandinsky

Jaune Rouge Bleu

(Yellow Red Blue)

Wassily Kandinsky

Expressionism  ·  Colorful pictures  ·  Abstract shapes
Jaune Rouge Bleu by Wassily Kandinsky
1925   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  13.37 Megapixel  ·  Picture ID: 30032
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25.02.2019
Robert G.
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Art print on Canvas glossy, 90cm x 57cm, stretched on stretcher.


07.12.2018
ulrich j.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 106cm x 67cm, stretched on stretcher.


01.12.2018
Marcel I.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 120cm x 76cm, stretched on stretcher.


17.10.2018
Gerald Y.
This is my fourth Kandinsky art print I bought from the master printers, and I have to say that I'm really excited about the quality that comes here. Please stay true to your standards, then you have won a loyal regular customer with me.
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Original comment: Das ist mein vierter Kunstdruck von Kandinsky, den ich bei den Meisterdruckern gekauft habe, und muss sagen, dass ich von der Qualität die hier geliefert wird, wirklich begeistert bin. Bitte bleibt euren Standards weiterhin treu, dann hab ihr mit mir einen treuen Stammkunden gewonnen.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 160cm x 101cm, stretched on stretcher.


30.12.2017
Martin B.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 120cm x 76cm, stretched on stretcher.
Yellow-Red-Blue is a fascinating, colorful painting by Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky from 1925. Kandinsky lived in Weimar at the time the picture was made and taught analytical drawing at the Bauhaus. From the combination of Russian constructivism with the expressionism of the Blue Rider, the exceptional artist developed his own compositional doctrine, for which this work is exemplary.

"Point and line to surface" is the artist's book, which was created almost at the same time as the exciting painting yellow-red-blue and illustrates many of the foundations of his art: Wassily Kandinsky not only painted, but also presented an exciting scientific theory on the relationship between colors and colors Forms: The blue is assigned to the circle, the yellow to the triangle and the red to the square. Even lines, sharp or obtuse angles and surfaces have a well-defined goal and great significance in the constructivist creative phase of the artist.

With the theoretical background, the strong and intense painting, which now hangs in the original at Center-Georges-Pompidou in Paris, becomes even more complex and interesting. However, even without getting into the 200-page theory of the book, the picture is a real eye-catcher and brings a lot of dynamism and happiness in the apartment. Circles, squares, straight and curved lines flicker across the surface of pastel shades. The blue circle in the upper right half of the picture is reminiscent of a planet. Sunbathing, moons - or are they glowing eyes and the point of a question mark that has stretched far out? Like semicircles drawn with the compass, parallel lines. Who sees a man in profile with a red-edged eye on the left? Geometric, colorful color carpets reminiscent of Rubic's cubes with our current experience. Intertwined bodies, floating forms on different levels.

The picture invites to dream and free association. It exudes cheerful cheerfulness, is very decorative and fits in with many furnishing styles. Yellow-red-blue stimulates the imagination like few pictures, without getting excited. Despite the dynamics, the image composition is harmoniously soothing and you never get enough of it. The bright colors and finely tuned contrasts convey confidence and optimism. Yellow-red-blue is a timeless painting that appeals to many people: analysts who love geometric shapes and immerse themselves in the theory of constructivism. Art lovers who intuitively indulge in the poetry of colors and shapes. And children, whose imagination begins to bubble when looking at the picture.

For Kandinsky the Bauhaus period was a particularly active creative phase with a lot of artistic exchange with famous painter friends like Lyonel Feininger, Paul Klee and Alexej von Jawlensky . Shortly before the emergence of yellow-red-blue, the four painters joined together to form the artist group "Die Blaue Vier". It was not until the closing of the Bauhaus by Walter Gropius by the National Socialists that Kandinsky ended his teaching career in Weimar and Dessau. Yellow-red-blue is an impressive testimony to this era of artistic change. © Meisterdrucke
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Other art prints by Wassily Kandinsky
Intersecting Lines, 1923 Study in Autumn No. 1, 1910 Improvisation No. 6 (Africans) 1909 The blue Rider White Oval, 1919 composition Untitled, 1933 (pen and ink on paper) Composition, 1930 (wc and indian ink) Cup with saucer, 1923 (chinaware) Improvisation No 2 (Funeral March), 1909, by Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), oil on canvas, 94x130 cm. Russia, 20th century. Bavarian Landscape with a Church (oil) Red Church, 1900 (oil on plywood) Mountain landscape with village I Large Study, 1914 Murnau - view from the window of the Griesbräu
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Tribal Hats Bouquet. 2014 (pen and ink, crayon on paper) Storm Clouds Yellow Red Blue Magic Woman atunms almost here Summer Garden floral quilt Anniversary, 2005  Roses Unknown picture easter parade Orange and Gold Stack, 2014, (digital mixed media phoneography) Come Walk in my Garden Unknown picture Bird with Cherry Blossoms, 2014, (digital mixed media phoneography)
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Ancient Times, from De Figuris Veneris by F.K Forberg, engraved by the artist, 1900 The Wanderer above the Sea of Fog Fish Magic The Great Wave of Kanagawa The Garden of Earthly Delights masturbation The lictors bring Brutus the bodies of his sons Christ in Limbo, 1552 Intersecting Lines, 1923 Almond Blossom Reclining nude with spread legs Young Hare The Ruins of Holyrood Chapel Daniel in the Lions Den, mezzotint by J. B. Pratt, with hand colouring, pub. by Thomas Agnew and Sons, 1892 The Ghost of a Flea

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