Thursday, October 11, 2012

THAT LIVING BEING WHICH IS A COLOR


Kandinsky described his paints as:

“jubilant, sumptuous, reflective, dreamy, absorbed in themselves, with deep seriousness or a mischievous sparkle…those strange beings we call colors came out one after another, living in and for themselves, autonomous, endowed with all the qualities need for their future autonomous life….At times it seemed to me that whenever the paintbrush…tore away part of that living being which is a color, it gave birth to a musical sound.”

1 comment:

  1. Wow! The mind of the artist, seeing life everywhere!

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