Composition VIII by Wassily Kandinsky. Painted in 1923, Oil on Canvas. 140x201cm, currently residing in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

This painting resembles a man-made structure that has simply fallen into space because of a lack of gravity. Or, perhaps, some alien landscape where buildings stand on points instead of flat surfaces. It most definetely leaves much to the viewer's imagination.

Its composition is excellent, no line or color is placed where it would offend the viewer's senses. I reccomend it as an artwork worth viewing.

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