Wassily Kandinsky Weiches Hart Silk Chiffon Scarf

Item# FC24-180


One of the pioners of abstract art, Wassily Kandinsky (1886-1944) created Weiches Hart in 1927. Kandinsky started his professional life as a lawyer,  switched to visual arts, but was also an accomplished musician. He named many of his artworks with musical terms. “Weiches Hart” translates as “Soft Hard”, which could equally refererence the angles and circles in the work. Silk Chiffon. Hand rolled hems. Dimensions: 70” x 21” (180cm x 55cm). Dry Clean only.


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