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Vintage Art Print (pre-1970) - Colorful 13X17" print. Peasant-like and playful.
Wassily Kandinsky
Russian, active in Germany, 1866 - 1944
Is not framed

In the spring of 1908, Wassily Kandinsky discovered Murnau, a village located at the foot of the Bavarian Alps. He lived in Murnau from 1909 to 1914, crucial years in his evolution toward abstraction. The pristine beauty of this landscape apparently exerted a liberating influence on his work, which shortly thereafter made a radical shift toward abstraction. Kandinsky's ultimate goal was to invest his paintings with spiritual meaning but without representational subject. In "View From The Brewery Window In Murnau, 1908," Kandinsky both abstracts from nature and tests the expressive possibilities of color. Although the village is recognizable, Kandinsky has not depicted the scene literally but rather decoratively.

Vintage Art Print 13X17" Kandinsky Print features the image: View from the brewery window in Murnau (1908)


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  • Vintage item
  • Dimensions: 13"X17" inches
  • Material: Art Print
  • Only ships within United States.
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