Soft Hard by Wassily Kandinsky

Soft Hard

(Weiches Hart)

Wassily Kandinsky

Expressionism
blaue reiter · blue four · abstract · triangle · circle · crescent
Soft Hard by Wassily Kandinsky
1927   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 39363   ·  Galerie Maeght, Paris, France / bridgemanimages.com
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02.10.2018
Gregor B.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 110cm x 88cm, stretched on stretcher.


12.10.2017
Sacha K.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 50cm x 40cm, stretched on stretcher.


27.08.2020
Susanne B.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm, with 5cm additional border (White) ​​stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


01.09.2020
Gast 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 45cm x 36cm, stretched on stretcher.


15.09.2020
Anna E.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


04.01.2021
Edmund F.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 100cm x 80cm. With painting frame .


11.01.2021
Shireen K.
Art Print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm. With painting frame and glass (No Glas).


02.03.2021
Alberto A.
Art Print on Canvas Satin, 90cm x 72cm.
With “Weiches Hart”, the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944) created a work of unprecedented explosiveness. It was last seen in the villa of a Weimar art dealer who was murdered during a burglary. Fortunately, the drama only happened in the TV fiction of the "crime scene". However, the picture itself also has a dramaturgy, namely of colors, shapes, their contrasts and similarities.

Organized image composition
In contrast to Kandinsky's energetic, tense works from the 1920s, “Weiches Hart” appears organized and calming. The composition appears balanced due to the skilful incorporation of horizontal and vertical. The free sickle shapes and the circle ensure a subdued dynamic. Overall, the impression of well thought-out conditions prevails.

Basic colors and basic shapes
In his function as a Bauhaus teacher (from 1922) Kandinsky concentrated on the basic colors red-yellow-blue and the basic forms of circle-triangle-square. We also find these components in the “Soft Hard” composition, although in variations. As if divided by an invisible border, the blue and cool elements are on the left, the red and yellow (warmer) elements on the right. Despite this apparent incompatibility, the artist strives to compromise. Through mutual penetrations, he solves the color conflict and creates a well-proportioned overall result. This is shown by the yellow bar on the blue-cool half or the blue triangle and sickle on the yellow-red-warm half.

Kandinsky and Klee
A slight relationship with similar works by Paul Klee (1879 - 1940) cannot be denied. This is no coincidence, because both worked as teachers at the Bauhaus and dealt intensively with basic colors and basic shapes. There was a friendly relationship between the two artists. Even more: Klee saw the Russian artist as a "friend and teacher". Regardless, the 13-year-old Kandinsky may have "seen" one or the other from Klee. In particular, the coordinated interaction of colors and shapes, as we find it realized in "Soft Hard".

Contrast of forms
"Soft hard" - this title alludes to the shape of the picture. The attribute "soft" primarily comes from the circle on the left half of the picture. Although it is not placed in the center, thanks to its exclusivity it represents a kind of center. In contrast, the triangles, rectangles and, to a certain extent, the sickles appear hard and pointed. With a lot of good will, the circle and inner circle could be interpreted as an eye. As is well known, Kandinsky avoided such attributions. In the reality of the work of art, the geometric figures and colors exist only for themselves. Whether the painter unconsciously envisioned a portrait, a group of figures, a landscape or a building - who can say that? © Meisterdrucke
Soft Hard by Wassily Kandinsky

Soft Hard

(Weiches Hart)

Wassily Kandinsky

Expressionism
blaue reiter · blue four · abstract · triangle · circle · crescent
Soft Hard by Wassily Kandinsky
1927   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 39363   ·  Galerie Maeght, Paris, France / bridgemanimages.com
   Add to favorites


02.10.2018
Gregor B.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 110cm x 88cm, stretched on stretcher.


12.10.2017
Sacha K.
Art print on Canvas glossy, 50cm x 40cm, stretched on stretcher.


27.08.2020
Susanne B.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm, with 5cm additional border (White) ​​stretched on stretcher. With painting frame .


01.09.2020
Gast 9.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 45cm x 36cm, stretched on stretcher.


15.09.2020
Anna E.
Art print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm, stretched on stretcher.


04.01.2021
Edmund F.
Art Print on Acrylic glass, 100cm x 80cm. With painting frame .


11.01.2021
Shireen K.
Art Print on Canvas Satin, 60cm x 48cm. With painting frame and glass (No Glas).


02.03.2021
Alberto A.
Art Print on Canvas Satin, 90cm x 72cm.
With “Weiches Hart”, the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944) created a work of unprecedented explosiveness. It was last seen in the villa of a Weimar art dealer who was murdered during a burglary. Fortunately, the drama only happened in the TV fiction of the "crime scene". However, the picture itself also has a dramaturgy, namely of colors, shapes, their contrasts and similarities.

Organized image composition
In contrast to Kandinsky's energetic, tense works from the 1920s, “Weiches Hart” appears organized and calming. The composition appears balanced due to the skilful incorporation of horizontal and vertical. The free sickle shapes and the circle ensure a subdued dynamic. Overall, the impression of well thought-out conditions prevails.

Basic colors and basic shapes
In his function as a Bauhaus teacher (from 1922) Kandinsky concentrated on the basic colors red-yellow-blue and the basic forms of circle-triangle-square. We also find these components in the “Soft Hard” composition, although in variations. As if divided by an invisible border, the blue and cool elements are on the left, the red and yellow (warmer) elements on the right. Despite this apparent incompatibility, the artist strives to compromise. Through mutual penetrations, he solves the color conflict and creates a well-proportioned overall result. This is shown by the yellow bar on the blue-cool half or the blue triangle and sickle on the yellow-red-warm half.

Kandinsky and Klee
A slight relationship with similar works by Paul Klee (1879 - 1940) cannot be denied. This is no coincidence, because both worked as teachers at the Bauhaus and dealt intensively with basic colors and basic shapes. There was a friendly relationship between the two artists. Even more: Klee saw the Russian artist as a "friend and teacher". Regardless, the 13-year-old Kandinsky may have "seen" one or the other from Klee. In particular, the coordinated interaction of colors and shapes, as we find it realized in "Soft Hard".

Contrast of forms
"Soft hard" - this title alludes to the shape of the picture. The attribute "soft" primarily comes from the circle on the left half of the picture. Although it is not placed in the center, thanks to its exclusivity it represents a kind of center. In contrast, the triangles, rectangles and, to a certain extent, the sickles appear hard and pointed. With a lot of good will, the circle and inner circle could be interpreted as an eye. As is well known, Kandinsky avoided such attributions. In the reality of the work of art, the geometric figures and colors exist only for themselves. Whether the painter unconsciously envisioned a portrait, a group of figures, a landscape or a building - who can say that? © Meisterdrucke
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Other art prints by Wassily Kandinsky
Intersecting Lines, 1923 Picture with white lines No.609, 1934 Sky blue Contrast with accompaniment Yellow Red Blue Beach scene, 1909 Black spot, 1912 Black spot Soft Hard Dominant Violet, 1934 (oil and sand on canvas) Black Lines, December 1913 Decisive pink Murnau, 1909 (oil on cardboard) High and high
Other art prints by Wassily Kandinsky
Intersecting Lines, 1923 Picture with white lines No.609, 1934 Sky blue Contrast with accompaniment Yellow Red Blue Beach scene, 1909 Black spot, 1912 Black spot Soft Hard Dominant Violet, 1934 (oil and sand on canvas) Black Lines, December 1913 Decisive pink Murnau, 1909 (oil on cardboard) High and high
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Intersecting Lines, 1923 No.609, 1934 Untitled (composition), 1918 Fantomas, 1915 Soft Hard Dominant Violet, 1934 (oil and sand on canvas) Black Lines, December 1913 Accent en Rose, 1926 Suprematism, before 1916 Large Study, 1914 Counterweights, 1926 On the Points, 1928 Black Frame, 1922 On White II, 1923 In Blue, 1925
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Intersecting Lines, 1923 No.609, 1934 Untitled (composition), 1918 Fantomas, 1915 Soft Hard Dominant Violet, 1934 (oil and sand on canvas) Black Lines, December 1913 Accent en Rose, 1926 Suprematism, before 1916 Large Study, 1914 Counterweights, 1926 On the Points, 1928 Black Frame, 1922 On White II, 1923 In Blue, 1925
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Malham Cove Fishing boats on the beach of Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer Starry Night Young Hare The Ramparts at Aigues-Mortes, 1867 Woman caught in a rain storm, c.1890 Lilith Ginevra de &39;Benci Water Nymph Intersecting Lines, 1923 Woman in White Stockings, c.1861 The Krupp devils Illustration to the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri Abyss of Hell, 1480-1490 Wheatfield under thunderclouds, 1890 Two Satyrs , c. 1617-1618.
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Malham Cove Fishing boats on the beach of Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer Starry Night Young Hare The Ramparts at Aigues-Mortes, 1867 Woman caught in a rain storm, c.1890 Lilith Ginevra de &39;Benci Water Nymph Intersecting Lines, 1923 Woman in White Stockings, c.1861 The Krupp devils Illustration to the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri Abyss of Hell, 1480-1490 Wheatfield under thunderclouds, 1890 Two Satyrs , c. 1617-1618.

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