Image: “Winter Landscape” by Wassily Kandinsky (1909). Oil on cardboard.
While the first day of winter is three weeks away, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season and the unofficial start of winter. So, for this week’s virtual trip to a museum we go to the holdings of the Hermitage for a Winter Landscape by Kandinsky. This painting was done while the artist was moving through Impressionism on his way to a purer abstract style. What is a constant of Kandinsky was the use of color. This is far from a Currier and Ives print.
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