Kandinsky, an artist who saw music colors and shape
Who was Kandinsky?
- Prints that were inspired by nature.
- Those that were considered as improvisations since through these works he tried to express internal emotions.
- And finally, the works where the composition was the fundamental factor even though they were based on the artist’s own intuition.
What is synesthesia?
The color red represented, for the artist, strength, energy, and impulse since he associated it with the sound of trumpets accompanied by tubas.
Yellow also sounded like a trumpet with great force since it was considered an eccentric and penetrating color.
On the contrary, the blue considered that it had an introverted color and in one of its lower tones for Kandinsky they were flutes.
Green was considered to be a calm color, without nuances and therefore, calm green tones were represented through the violin.
White was represented through a musical pause or in a non-sound since he believed that it was a cold and infinite color.
Black was the eternal silence and therefore, musically a complete and definitive pause.
Kandinsky's best works
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