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Points (1930) by Wassily Kandinsky Masterpiece Reproduction Printed in Refined Aluminum

$41.00

Wassily Kandinsky created Points in 1920. In his writings, Kandinsky analyzed the geometrical elements which make up every painting - the point and the line. He called the physical support and the material surface on which the artist draws or paints the basic plane, or BP. He did not analyze them objectively, but from the point of view of their inner effect on the observer.

A point is a small bit of colour put by the artist on the canvas. It is neither a geometric point nor a mathematical abstraction; it is extension, form and colour. This form can be a square, a triangle, a circle, a star or something more complex. The point is the most concise form but, according to its placement on the basic plane, it will take a different tonality. It can be isolated or resonate with other points or lines.

**Product Description**
Printed on Refined aluminum, this is a rigid material of 4mm / 1/6th of an inch.
It comes ready to install (Check pictures).

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