08.12.08 by Jeff

Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky was one of the first artists I studied about in highschool and his artwork still resonates with me today. Every now and then I think I’ll sneak in some classic work amongst all the contemporary stuff.

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wassily kandinsky art artist abstract

wassily kandinsky art artist abstract

wassily kandinsky art artist abstract

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Shinead

    Great selection of work. This reminds me of my first year design history class also know as the cave. Kandinsky’s “upwards” is really nice too.

  • i was looking for one piece that i remember liking, i think it was called Sleep.

  • I have a poster of Improvisation: the Deluge up on my wall… love it!

  • Eugene

    What is the name of the first painting? I want to find a larger version to see its details. Thank you.

  • sian

    hi i need to know what the 2nd picture above is called for my homework please couldyou tell me

  • were gonna do a project on the last one! its so friggin’ pretty!!!!!:)

  • Monikka

    This is great, but i wish you would put the title of the artworks.:)

  • lishia

    i need to know the date the first one was painted and the dimentions of it!!

  • AP

    great artist and master in the history of art





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