Made in 1913 by the influential Russian painter Vassily Kandinsky, Black Lines (Schwarze Linien) shows depicts undulating ovals and animated brushstrokes and is considered one of Kandinsky's first nonobjective paintings. His work often investigates the correspondence between colors and forms and their psychological and spiritual effects. This museum-quality reproduction is printed on the highest quality matte paper and framed, ready to be hung on your wall.
Made in the United States. Museum quality and curator approved fine art reproduction printed on 225 GSM United States-made Fibermark Enduro Matte Paper. Framed in handmade, hand-stained, 2-inch deep black Ash wood frame. Includes easy-to-use hanging kit.
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