Wassily Kandinsky is often credited with being the very first artist to paint in completely abstracted forms, and his masterpiece Several Circles, painted in 1926 during his tenure at the Bauhaus in Munich, is a perfect example of this pioneering work in abstraction (Columbia Encyclopaedia). Composed of a series of circles that "float serenely across one another above an indiscriminate grey-black ground", this painting illustrates the highly experimental tenants of colour, object, image, and form that Kandinsky sought to foster throughout his entire career. Kandinsky (1866 - 1944) was a Russian painter and art theorist. Art and sound were one and the same to him, because it is believed he had synaesthesia-a harmless condition that allowed him to appreciate two or more senses simultaneously. Kandinsky could not only see the colour blue, he could hear it-he associated colours and tones with specific musical timbres. Part of his goal as an artist was to depict and share his synesthetic experiences. The result is a painting that is complex and visually stimulating, with colour combinations that reverberate. Tallenge Store has brought you this beautiful piece of art on a high quality 240 gsm 100% cotton canvas with gloss finish. This painting is printed on a high resolution HP Inkjet large format production printer delivering sophisticated and elegant museum quality prints. The Tallenge Store is a leading affordable art marketplace where thousands of visitors purchase artworks and photographs from artists across the world. One can buy Original Art, Digital Prints, Gifts & Canvases anywhere in India. We are redefining the experience of buying and selling art by making it easy, convenient and welcoming for both buyers and artists.