Wassily Kandinsky - Fuga, 1914
|Art Club price (10%)||CHF 17.80|
Colorful picture puzzle in 100 pieces
The idea of cutting up a picture into small pieces, and then having fun trying to reassemble it again, is over 250 years old. In our digital present, too, jigsaw puzzles have lost none of their appeal, either for children or for adults. Doing a jigsaw of one of the works from the Fondation Beyeler collection is a particularly enjoyable way of getting to know a painting in detail. With 100 pieces and a variety of structures and colors, this jigsaw of Kandinsky’s Fugue (1914) is particularly suitable for children.
A pioneer of abstract painting, Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944) is among the 20th century’s most important artists. The German-Russian painter was one of the first to create non-figurative images, backing up his artistic conceptions with complex theories. With his aim of bringing about profound change through the interplay of art, science, religion and philosophy, Kandinsky appears as a modern universalist.
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|Size||21 x 21 cm|