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KANDINSKY I applied streaks and blobs of colors onto the canvas with a palette knife and I made them sing with all the intensity I could…
- Kandinsky was Born in Moscow, Russia Dec. 4 th, 1886 - He studied art in Munich - He lived in Germany until the 1930s when he then moved to France - He devoted a lot of his time to the relationship between art and music. - He gave many of his paintings music-related names such as Improvisation and Composition. Blue Mountain, 1908-09
After looking at one of his paintings resting on its side, he discovered that colors and shapes can stand on their own as subjects of art. As a result, he was arguably the first artist to abandon recognizable reality and paint abstract canvases
Study of Color- Squares with Concentric Circles, 1913
Color Kandinsky practiced his art. He learned what different colors do when they were placed beside each other. He used: –Primary colors –Secondary colors –Analogous and complementary colors –He used values (tints and shades) Then he studied RYTHYM and MOVEMENT
Rhythm and Movement Rhythm is created by repeated shapes and/or lines. Visual movement occurs when the eye is pulled through a work by a rhythm of beats and rests. The beats of the rhythm can be shapes, colors, lines, or textures, as well as objects such as people or trees Kandinsky used rhythm in his paintings to create visual movement. What types of lines and shapes do you see? What colors do you see? Explain how Kandinsky created rhythm in the paintings. Composition VIII, 1923
Rhythm a feeling of movement created by using the same time types of lines, shapes, or colors several times in a work of art. I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Visual rhythm rhythm in art that is visible and is created by repetition. Visual Movement a sense of movement created by the use of repeated lines, shapes, and colors. Nonobjective painting a painting that contains no recognizable subject matter.