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Kandinsky ‘Kleine Welten VI 1922’

120.00

Brand : Jules Pansu

Designer : Jules Pansu

SKU: MIRO 'White' Cushion Categories: , , , ,

Description

WASSILY KANDINSKY, born in Moscow in 1866, he starts to study law before joining the Fine Arts Academy of Munich in 1896.

His various trips in Europe, especially in Paris between 1906 and 1907 let him discover new paths through the art of Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso. In 1911, he founded Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) with Franz Marc and German expressionists. He publishes, The Spiritual in Art, his first theories on abstract paintings which allows him to become famous and to spread his ideas. His influence will keep growing when he becomes teacher at the Bauhaus in Weimar from 1922. His painting is at that moment geometrical and full of colour.

  • Crafted from 95% cotton with 5% polyester
  • Expertly woven by French craftspeople on a jacquard loom: Size: 45cm x 45cm

Care instructions: Dry clean only.

Inside cushion included.

Founded in 1878 on the rue du Faubourg Poissonnière in Paris, fine French tradition tapestry and textiles designer and family business Jules Pansu is still located on its original site, four generations later. Inspired by some of the most famous artists of our time, the textiles brand re-imagines these great works in fabric form, transforming your interior space with cushions depicting paintings by Pablo Picasso and Juan Miró.

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