Vasily Kandinsky's The Cutting Line is a prime example of abstractionism. This painting bears the characteristic features of the geometric style in the work of the artist, inherent in all his works of the 1920s. The works acquire restraint and rationality, the riot of bright colors is replaced by cold tones, spontaneity is replaced by clear strict forms and geometric elements.
To understand the idea inherent in the painting “The Crossing Line”, one does not need to look at objects or an image, one needs to cover everything as a whole. The fact is that avant-garde art is subjective, turned to "internal" vision and faith in certain things and truths.
Combining all these components, the viewer gets his external and internal "image" of this picture. This is a feature of all the works of V. Kandinsky, who believed that art should not be self-evident. His visual world is fluid and multifaceted, like a kaleidoscope.
In the center of the picture are intersecting and colliding figures. The seemingly incomprehensible and chaotic mosaic of lines, circles and points form a harmonious composition exactly as the artist saw it. And in V. Kandinsky - these are elements that are not connected together, they are only particles of the world. The color technique used by the author is also noteworthy.
Sharp triangles and squares have the advantage of warm and vibrant colors. Blue and green are in the minority, serving to arrange and balance the figures in relation to each other. Lines fill the space. They connect, cross out, form figures, are distorted ...
One of the interpretations of the painting “Secant line” indicates the image of the geometry of the world. Indeed, everything is visible here - the plane, shapes and color. The rest, like everything in the universe, depends on self-interaction and attitude to the world. Or, as V. Kandinsky used to say, thought and being are interconnected and cannot exist separately from each other.
The external reflection of internal ideas, "hallucinations", because everyone sees in their own way unique and individual.
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