|DAY 274||PROFILES IN ART|
THE HARMONY OF COLOR
“All methods are sacred if they are internally necessary. All methods are sins if they are not justified by internal necessity.”
Although Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky is hailed as one of the founding fathers of abstract art, the designation is a bit of a misnomer. To be sure, Kandinsky’s art was abstract; however, unlike other artists of the genre who used their art to intentionally distort the realities of the physical world, Kandinsky’s art neither represented nor resembled any form of reality. Rather, he sought to create a purely spiritual ...