Vivian Endicott Barnett, Curator of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, has organized major Kandinsky exhibitions and has written extensively on his art in American, German and Swedish publications. The second and concluding volume of the catalogue raisonne of Kandinsky's watercolours and gouaches, this comprises over 800 works from the Bauhaus period (1922-33) and the artist's last years in Paris (1934-44). Many previously unknown pictures are published for the first time. The artist's earlier works, his bold abstractions from 1911 to 1914, and his little-known watercolours painted in Russia from 1915 to 1921 are fully documented and illustrated. Vivian Barnett also provides complete provenance, exhibition history and reference for more than 500 watercolours and gouaches, plus an addendum to the "Catalogue of Oil Paintings" (1982 and 1984). The original essays, complete list of exhibitions, selective biography and extensive colour illustrations make this volume essential for collectors and scholars.
Vivian Endicott, recognized as an international expert on Kandinsky, has written extensively on his art and organized numerous exhibitions.
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