Is geometry your favorite subject? Then perhaps Kandinsky could be your favorite artist and this one of your favorite works from the Philadelphia Museum of Art's permanent collections.
For Kandinsky, the circle, one of the most elementary forms, had a symbolic, cosmic significance. In Circles in a Circle, geometric forms and subtle color harmonies combine to make an effervescent, abstract composition. Twenty-six different colored circles are encompassed within one large circle crisscrossed by twenty-eight lines. What more can you ask?
- Museum exclusive
- 12" x 16"
- Printed on heavy cover stock paper and packaged in a clear sleeve with backing board
- Made in the USA