Wassily Kandinsky was a 19th and 20th century Russian artist who is credited as being the first purely Abstract painters. Kandinsky studied first at the local art school and then went to complete his studies in Moscow. He then went on to study further in Munich, but this was interrupted by the outbreak of World War 1 at which point he returned to Moscow. Kandinsky returned to Germany to teach at the Bauhaus School of Art in Munich but went to live in France when the Nazis closed it. He produced the majority of his paintings whilst living in France. Both Kandinsky and Franz Marc were central figures in the formation of Der Blaue Reiter group. His 1909 painting, Study for Improvisation VIII sold for $23 million in 2012.
Two of Wassily Kandinsky’s most popular oil paintings are Squares with Concentric Circles 1913 and on White II 1923. However, it is Kandinskly’s Blue Rider 1903 oil painting which is perhaps his most famous.
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