Twentieth-Century Masters series

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Hamlyn, London, 1970.  ISBN 0-600-35303-6.  Hard cover, 94 pages, Description of Colour Plates, Biographical Outline, and Bibliography.  Black boards with silver lettering on front and spine; some edge, corner and spine end wear; binding sound.  Dust jacket shows edge and cover wear, some scrapes, old water marks, wear at corners and spine ends, some tape repairs on verso.  Interior clean and unmarked; tape repair to rear paste-down.  Black & white and colour illustrations.  ‘… the painter who rediscovered abstract art.  The author vividly evokes the exciting years before the First World War when Kandinsky led the artists of the avant garde.  He describes Kandinsky’s return to post-Revolutionary Russia, his subsequent disillusionment and return to Germany.  The Bauhaus years are revealed as the most crucial period in the development of Kandinsky’s ideas on abstract art and their translation into paint. … The author describes Kandinsky’s aims and achievements, with reference to the artist’s own writings, which – even after fifty years – remain a fundamental explanation of the theory behind abstract art. … Many of Kandinsky’s finest paintings are illustrated here in 40 superb pages of colour, and in over 30 black-and-white subjects …’ (from front flap)

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