Friday, May 3, 2013

Several Circles

Several Circles, No. 323(1926) by Vasily Kandinsky, the transparent color circles float serenely across one another above an indeterminate, gray-black ground, like planets orbiting space. Kandinsky revered the circle as a link with the cosmic and as form that points to the fourth dimension. Finally, I personally love this work because of the feeling you are in space.  

Here is more information about Vasily Kandinsky:
Here is a collection of his works:

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