Wassiliy Kandinsky

Several Circles by Wassily Kandinsky (1926), oil on canvas, 140.0×140.0 cm

The circle which I have used so often recently cannot be called otherwise than romantic. And today’s romanticism is by far more profound, beautiful, substantive and benign, it is a block of ice with fire burning inside. And if people can only feel the cold without feeling the fire – so much the worse for them… – Wassily Kandinsky