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Aesthetically Pleasing

The previous two posts on Kandinsky might draw the objection that his works do have an order, namely beauty or the indefinable feeling of aesthetic quality. That’s a hard point to argue with, but it doesn’t feel like that to … Continue reading

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Realization

Stella’s skill in conjuring a beautiful arrangement is clear when he uses few colors, as here: But it continues into the ultra complex pieces, as in this other version of the same work. The openwork lattice at the bottom right … Continue reading

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