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Wassily Kandinsky Lo Spirituale nell’arte

The first time I saw a painting by Kandinsky was in the Guggenheim Museum. Shades of colour, like those of sound, are of a much finger texture and awake in the soul emotions too fine to be expressed in words.

And we need art, in the full artistic and theological senses of these words, to “magnify” and “illuminate” what incarnational spirituality looks like. Oct 09, Nelp rated it really liked it.

Just as musicians do not depend upon the material world for their music, so artists should not have to depend upon the material world for their art. And it’s not just a little heart-breaking but funny, always funny to encounter his One True Quest towards pure expression conveyed upon such muddy waters. Want to Read saving…. For Kandinsky, kadinsky artist is like a prophet, able to see farther, think more deeply, and feel more keenly than ordinary people.

Feb 07, Yana Milenkova rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Because that doesn’t really translate into anything but maximum snark – it’s sort of like getting spattered with paint mandinsky asking “what are you doing? To view it, click here. It is time to call back the soul. Making the book even more valuable are nine woodcuts by Kandinsky himself that appear at the chapter headings.

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Kandinsky wishes to compose on a painting. I especially like this insight from the reviewer: Just as orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow, so violet is red withdrawn from humanity by blue.

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Maybe I will reread it someday in a hard copy and see if it is the case. Picked this short treatise up used for cheap. I could not ask more of book on colour theory: If only we saw more awareness in the world of the importance of not confusing categories of thought between scientific evidence and artistic perception.

Some of the language was a little flowery so I will probably read it again at some point. Refresh and try again.

We cannot go on like that. Nevertheless, I remember being intrigued, and finally fascinated by his work. Spkrituale most enjoyed his breakdown of color theory, setting antitheses of white and black obviyellow and blue, orange and purple, and green and red.

And I love his honesty in a footnote where he says, of his colour schema, “These statements have no scientific basis, but are founded purely on spiritual experience.


Concerning the Spiritual in Art

Concerning the Spiritual in Art is a short book more like an extended essay by Kandinsky, detailing his personal philosophy of art. Want to Read Currently Agte Read. Quite successful in his profession—he was offered a professorship chair of Roman Law at the University of Dorpat—he started painting studies life-drawing, sketching and anatomy at the age of It continues to be a stimulating and necessary reading experience for every artist, art student, and art patron concerned with the direction of 20th-century painting.

Hermoso desde donde se lo vea, y no hace falta tener mucho conocimiento del arte para disfrutarlo. I wish the art was in color and not black and white since he talks so much about the significance of color especially red.

Trivia About Concerning the Sp To Kandinsky two main division of colour are immediate: He is a modernist through and through. Kandinsky’s aim to reveal the spiritual was laudable.

Written by the famous nonobjective painter Wassily Kandinsky —it explains Kandinsky’s own theory of painting and crystallizes the ideas that were influencing many other modern artists of the period. The spirit, like the body, can be strengthened and developed by frequent exercise.

What saves this book is superlative phrase-turning and humor, intended or otherwise.