Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), the first abstract painter, was born in Moscow. Originally a lawyer, he was influenced by ethnographic art to begin study as a painter in Munich in 1896. By 1904 he had opened his own art school, co-founding the New Artists' Federation in 1909 and later working with Klee, Marc, and Macke to establish the Blaue Reiter. After living in Sweden and Switzerland during the war, Kandinsky returned to Russia following the 1917 revolution, reorganizing or setting up no fewer than 227 museums. He returned to Germany in 1921 to become a professor at the Bauhaus in Weimar, then in Dessau and finally Berlin. The school was closed by the Nazis, and Kandinsky fled to Paris, where he died in 1944. We source Kandinsky prints from the USA and Europe.
Nel Blu by Wassily Kandinsky

Nel Blu by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$54.95

Farbstudie Quadrate Poster by Kandinsky

Farbstudie Quadrate Poster by Kandinsky

NZ$29.95

The White Dot by Wassily Kandinsky

The White Dot by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$45.00

Giallo,  Rosso,  Blu by Wassily Kandinsky

Giallo, Rosso, Blu by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$54.95

Hommage A Grohmann by Wassily Kandinsky

Hommage A Grohmann by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$54.95

Lyric by Wassily Kandinsky

Lyric by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$45.00

Framed Art Print by Kandinsky (Succession)

Framed Art Print by Kandinsky (Succession)

NZ$279.95

Framed Kandinsky Print

Framed Kandinsky Print

NZ$279.95

Succession by Wassily Kandinsky

Succession by Wassily Kandinsky

NZ$59.95