Kandinsky Wassily

Kan·din·sky

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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