Wassily Kandinsky. Transverse Line. 1923 year
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Transverse Line


Oil on canvas

55.1 × 78.7" (140.0 × 200.0 cm)

Dusseldorf. Germany. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

More works from 1923

Composition VIII, 1923 In the Black Square, 1923 Orange, 1923 Black and Violet, 1923 On White II, 1923

More works from Dusseldorf. Germany. Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

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Comments & impressions


#3. mark, world

28 February
Fred, its difficult Qeustion. Try to ask at Lenbachhaus Gallery, Centre Pompidou and Guggenheim Museum

#2. Fred Garnnet, USA

23 February
I have had a Transverse Line small version of \"In the Black Square\" of 1923 for few years now. I assumed that it was a lithograph
but I fund out that it is an ACTUAL watercolor painting. It is not exactly the same as the one in the museum. I bought this from a very old estate
and therefore it has the patina of an old watercolor painting. Is it possible that this is not a fake? And maybe Kandinsky did smaller version of his larger oil paintings in watercolor? Anyone had any experience like this before?


#1. Dave, UK

20 February
I was wondering if anyone could help me? I have a Transverse Line print/lithograph that was produced by a printers called FH and they have a copyright on this image, but I can not find any information about this company. Can anyone please offer any further information?

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