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Wassily Kandinsky: Composition VII

Listen in to a comprehensive discussion of Russian painter Kandinsky's "Composition VII," which touches on a number of themes and elements of Kandinsky's art, such as its relation to music and his use of color 11 mins, 19 secs .
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Listen in to a comprehensive discussion of Russian painter Kandinsky's "Composition VII," which touches on a number of themes and elements of Kandinsky's art, such as its relation to music and his use of color [11 mins, 19 secs]. From Smarthistory.org, a free multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement for the traditional art history textbook.

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