Composition VII (1913) is one of the most significant works by Wassily Kandinsky. The tour reveals the story of the painting as well as some of the thoughts and emotions of the author that are reflected in this work. The visitors will dig deep into the sophisticated textures of curves and lines created by the pioneer of abstract art. The tour is conducted by Tatyana Balitskaya, an employee of the educational department at The Tretyakov Gallery.
This work of the artist is rightly considered the pinnacle of Kandinsky's artistic work in the period before the First World War.
As a major museum of national arts in Russia The Tretyakov Gallery reveals its unique contribution to global culture. It is well-known for its rich and diverse collection and a welcoming atmosphere.
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