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Autumn in Bavaria

by Wassily Kandinsky

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Autumn in Bavaria - Description

Autumn in Bavaria, painted in 1908 by artist Wassily Kandinsky of Russia’s avant-garde, is an oil painting completed on cardboard. This piece shows Kandinsky’s remarkable appreciation and mastery of color. Autumn in Bavaria includes certain geometric constants that appear in most of the artist’s work such as the steeple tower and quadrilateral appearing on the roof of the structure below it. Likewise, there is the line of a wall extending along the left side of the pathway. However, these shapes are depicted merely in blotches of color. Kandinsky omits the heavy line and clean cut background prevalent in many of his works. The eye is led here down the path past the trees that seem to be swirling with color until it reaches the church at the end. Notice the use of layering paint here. Color seems to blend together in the sky at first glance until it becomes apparent to the eye that the color is painting to exist in regions of individual color rather than through a graded method of blending. In turn, this adds to the structure and intrigue surrounding this unique abstract work from one of Russia’s earliest abstract painters. Kandinsky went on to teach at Walter Gropius’s Bauhaus in 1921 and is known for his playful experimentations with color and form as can be seen here in Autumn in Bavaria.

Painting Details

Artwork Name: Autumn in Bavaria

Original Artist: Salvador Dali
Subject: Abstract
Style: Abstract
Medium: 100% Hand-painted on Canvas
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