As a painter, as well as a teacher, the Russian-born artist Wassily Kandinsky (1869-1944) has paid a major role in the development of modern art.
In depth influenced by music Kandinsky paints his first abstract compositions during his Bavarian period (1906-1914), and his intensely use of color and form has influenced succesive abstract artists from his own time to the present day.
Max Bill, who introduce this monograph, was a student at the Bauhaus in the twenties , and editor of the first edition of the collected writings by Kandinsky.
Profesor Carola Giedion-Welcker has wrote one of the most concise essays on the artist.

Wassily Kandinsky

Max Bill
96pp./ 79il./ 28 x 20 cm./ Hardcover

9788434312142  Castellano
9788434312135  English