Oil on cardboard
29.7 × 38.4" (75.5 × 97.5 cm)
Saint Petersburg, Hermitage Museum
The Kandinsky’s painting Winter Landscape is one of the works in which the individualities of the artist, being the founder of abstract art, are shown in the full extent. The motive of thin black trunks is often used by Kandinsky in his landscapes. Bright coloring with dominant pink, yellow, blue and black is based on immediate visual impressions: the author seeks to convey various light effects in the snow lit by the setting sun; and the spatial depth of the landscape is emphasized with the composition.
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18 October 2016:) from MN: Its pretty! I'm replicating this is art class for our Fine Arts program!
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04 October 2014Luca Alohere : amazing picture
27 February 2012poop from 123 poop st: I apologize for my gross stupidity.
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