Wassily Kandinsky Canvas Wall Art
Kandinsky’s art has a confluence of music and spirituality. He pursued musical forms in his early years and valued kinesthetic experience, but he also worked with a wide range of styles of expression including Art Nouveau Fauvism and Blaue Reiter (shocking colors), Surrealism and Bauhaus. In his later years, while exploring spirituality in art, he produced paintings that largely abandoned representational form so as to suggest spirituality through emotions, sensations and reactions to sounds. He was driven by Christianity as well as by the inner necessity of an artist to reject aesthetic values upheld by the conventional art world.
His use of color and shapes could be divided into three categories: Impressionism, improvisation and creative textures. Later in his life, he focused on creativity and vibrant colors