Explore Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Graphite and more!

Throughout his career, #MoholyNagy created works of an explicitly historical or autobiographical nature. "Leuk 4," completed the year before the Moholy's death from leukemia, poignantly evokes the artist's illness through numerous images of cancer cells. Reference can also be made to Moholy's former Bauhaus colleague Kandinsky—also concerned with rebirth and transformation—whose paintings team amoebic creatures and biological images culled from scientific literature.  László Moholy-Nagy…

László Moholy-Nagy, Leuk Oil and graphite on canvas, 49 x 49 inches x cm)

| Gertrud Arndt, Logical layering, study from the course with Paul Klee, 1923/24

Gertrud Arndt, Logical layering, study from the course with Paul Klee,

Wassily Kandinsky

Untitled, Black and Violet, by Wassily Kandinsky, Oil on canvas. I can easily imagine Poirot being confused and Hastings loving it!

Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack, Definite Red, 1922

Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack, Definite Red, 1922

Kandinsky - Delicate Tension (Zarte Spannung), 1923

Bauhaus - Wassily Kandinsky - Delicate Tension - 1923 - Watercolor and ink on paper - Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

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