Starting at the museum's top, we first made our way through the extraordinary number of works by Kandinsky that are on view. I am always charmed and intrigued. Here is his 1910 Landscape with Rolling Hills. What an invitation this is to all that comes next. Of course, you want to entire the landscape of this artist's colors, shapes, brushstrokes, rhythms.
The exhibit had many old favorites up for view, paintings that I have been trying to figure out for a very long time. Having learned something about the many places in which he painted, the historic events he contended with, and people with whom he worked, I have come to understand more about Kandinsky's pieces overtime, but I have still a long way to go. Here are some of those old favorites: