Made and written by Vasily Kandinsky (French (born Russia), Moscow 1866–1944 Neuilly-sur-Seine)
Dedicated to the memory of Elisabeth Tichejeff
Published by R. Piper & Co. (Munich)
After Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)
After Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian, Urbino 1483–1520 Rome)
After Paul Cézanne (French, Aix-en-Provence 1839–1906 Aix-en-Provence)
After Heinrich Duenwege (German)
After Victor Duenwege (German)
Overall: 9 7/16 x 7 11/16 x 11/16 in. (24 x 19.5 x 1.8 cm)
Rogers Fund, 1966
Not on view
Concerning the Spiritual in Art
Inscription: Hand-written in graphite on inside of front cover, "Kandinsky 1912 / 35.00 / (third issue, same year as original) / with 10 abstract compositions / by Kandinsky"; There are also hand-written notes on the margins of pages 69, 72, 73, and 77 about the content of Kandinsky's theories.
Neue Galerie, New York. "Vasily Kandinsky: From Blaue Reiter to the Bauhaus, 1910-1925," October 3, 2013–February 10, 2014.
Mentioned in the Artist and the Book 1860-1960, exhibition catalogues, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, May 4- July 16, 1961, p.127; K. Lindsay, Graphic Art in Kandinsky's Oeuvre, in Prints, Print Council of America, 1962; Roethel 82-92 (cover and vignette)
Artist: Made and written by Vasily Kandinsky (French (born Russia), Moscow 1866–1944 Neuilly-sur-Seine) Date: Medium: Book: illustrated with woodcuts and color woodcutsAccession: 25.70.29On view in:Not on view