Kandinsky, the Man Who Painted Sound
Russian-born artist Wassily Kandinsky is widely credited with making the world's first truly abstract paintings. But his artistic ambition was to create art that represented the painted equivalent of a symphony. Art lovers, music lovers, and synesthetes will understand this objective well -- and others can learn about it here!
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