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Vasily Kandinsky was very fond of Moscow. He said that Moscow is a complex and moving city. He called it confusion, where events, fates and people intertwine. But at the same time, for him, Moscow is the most beautiful city on planet Earth.
Therefore, it is not surprising that his source of inspiration is Moscow. It was to her that he devoted several paintings, the main of which was the painting “Moscow. Red Square".
Vasily Kandinsky lived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is known throughout the world as one of the founders of abstract art. This is a genre of painting that is not recognized and understood by many. Unusual combinations of colors, shapes, fantastic plots - all this is characteristic of abstractionism.
At first glance, the painting “Moscow. Red Square ”is generally impossible to recognize Moscow. Somewhere in the distance, bells, chapels, large white houses are visible. But it is not at all clear how one can recognize the city in this.
Moscow for Kandinsky is a big mess, so everything is intertwined, confused, incomprehensible in his paintings. But if you look closely, you can see the famous paving stones on Red Square. You can see little men, and even a building similar to the Bolshoi Theater.
Bright colors are very important for abstract art. Vasily Kandinsky chose yellow, blue, red and pink for his Moscow. The technique itself is very specific. Kandinsky painted with large strokes of oil. He strove not to mix colors to get a bright and clear picture.
Many people do not understand abstractionism. They believe that every person can draw like that, and it should not cost a lot of money. But, nevertheless, paintings by Kandinsky and other artists who painted in this style are sold at auctions for a lot of money. But this picture is stored in the Tretyakov Gallery, in Moscow.
Melancholy paintings by Albrecht Durer