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or Kan·din·ski  (kăn-dĭn′skē, kən-dyĭn′-), Wassily 1866-1944.
Russian abstract painter who considered form and color capable of expression. A founder of the Blaue Reiter, a German group of abstract expressionists, he also taught at the Bauhaus School (1922-1933).
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Noun1.Kandinski - Russian painter who was a pioneer of abstract art (1866-1944)
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Dall'espressionismo lirico degli anni di formazione, il figurativo giovanile, fatalmente messo in rielaborazione da un Buchicco partecipe ed attento a quanto riecheggiava a Napoli dalla Monaco di Kandinski, dalla Parigi dei Roaring Twenties, dai simbolismi di Klimt e Max Ernst agli splendenti approdi neh'Informale ove Giordano riassume gli esiti di una ricerca colta e raffinata.
Leyenda: <<De lo Espiritual en el arte>>, publicado por Kandinski en 1911.
In another plane, Dali's and Kandinski's painting or modern jazz reproduce past painting and jazz, but they do not copy already given forms.
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He was well placed behind the leaders until beginning to tire from the second-last and the run should have brought him on sufficiently to account for rivals such as Smithfield and Kandinski, a Robert Tyner-trained gelding not seen since chasing home the outstanding Simonsig in a point-to-point bumper at the venue two seasons back.