Circles in a Circle shows Kandinsky's unmistakable style from the early 1920s, when he began teaching at the Bauhaus in Weimar and subsequently developed from a spontaneous style of painting towards geometric composition. For Kandinsky, the circle, the most elementary of all forms, had a symbolic, cosmic meaning.
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