Retro 1951 Kandinsky Small Worlds Pen Sleeve

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Description

Vasily Kandinsky (French, b. Russia, 1866–1944) was an early and vigorous advocate for abstraction in art, developing a theory that nonfigurative forms and colors could express emotional and spiritual ideals. This bold pen sleeve from Retro 1951 features a detail from Kandinsky's Kleine Welten VII (Small Worlds VII), a woodcut print in The Met collection, which presents a flurry of movement and energy through color and line.

Vasily Kandinsky (French, b. Russia, 1866–1944) was an early and vigorous advocate for abstraction in art, developing a theory that nonfigurative forms and colors could express emotional and spiritual ideals. This bold pen sleeve from Retro 1951 features a detail from Kandinsky's Kleine Welten VII (Small Worlds VII), a woodcut print in The Met collection, which presents a flurry of movement and energy through color and line.

Details
  • Holds a single writing utensil
  • Nylon and polyester
  • 5''L
  • Pen sold separately
  • Made in the USA
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