• Week 45

  • Week 44

Poling .:. Kandinsky's teaching at the Bauhaus

Poling, Clark V., Kandinsky's teaching at the Bauhaus. Color theory and analytical drawing. New York 1986.


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Poling, Clark V.,
Kandinsky's teaching at the Bauhaus. Color theory and analytical drawing. New York: Rizzoli, 1986. 160 Seiten mit Abbildungen und Literaturverzeichnis. Leinen mit Schutzumschlag. 4to.
* Schutzumschlag mit schwachen Gebrauchsspuren, Einband schwach lichtrandig.
Bestell-Nr.153407 | ISBN: 0-8478-0780-0
Poling | Paedagogik | Kunsttheorie | Wassily Kandinsky | Biographien Kunst | Kuenstlermonographien | Bauhaus | Kunsterziehung

Kandinsky's Teaching at the Bauhaus Color Theory and Analytical Drawing
Clark V. Poling
Wassily Kandinsky is known as the pioneer of abstract painting, and his career as a painter has been the subject of several books. This is the first volume to be devoted entirely to his equally important role as a leading teacher and theoretician at the Bauhaus from 1922 to 1933.
As an instructor through every phase of the Bauhaus's development, Kandinsky taught the basic design class for beginners as well as courses on advanced theory and conducted painting classes and workshops. He advised and lectured on color and form, on the use of technical media, and on the history of architecture. With his colleague Paul Klee, Kandinsky also taught painting classes at the Bauhaus and helped form the broad program of instruction in the principles of art and design which was to revolutionize the teaching of art in Europe and the United States.
As a painter, as well as a teacher, Kandinsky has played a major role in the development of abstract art, and this volume helps to further our understanding of significant aspects of twentieth-century art and culture. It includes paintings, drawings, and designs by Kandinsky as well as by his students, many reproduced here for the first time.

Clark V. Poling is Associate Professor of Art History at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and former Director of the Emory University Museum of Art and Archaeology. He was guest curator of the exhibition, Kandinsky: Russian and Bauhaus Years, 1915-1933, at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, in 1983.
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