Kandinsky and the Harmony of Silence is a 136-page art book that builds on the growing body of scholarship regarding the modernist painter’s work while taking focus on a single masterpiece, Painting with White Border, 1913. The white border device illustrates an important aesthetic shift, in which the border lifts the composition into a three-dimensional swirling vortex of color and space.
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