Spotlight – Art and Artist of the day – Wassily Kandinsky

© Wassily Kandinsky, Okhtyrka, Autumn, 1901
© Wassily Kandinsky, Rotterdam, Sun, 1906
© Wassily Kandinsky, Study for Autumn, 1909
© Wassily Kandinsky, Untitled – First Abstract Watercolour, 1910
© Wassily Kandinsky, In Grey, 1919
© Wassily Kandinsky, On White 11, 1923
© Wassily Kandinsky, Thirteen Rectangles, 1930
© Wassily Kandinsky, Orang-Violet, 1935
© Wassily Kandinsky, Composition, 1944

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Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Okhtyrka, Autumn, 1901

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/okhtyrka-autumn-1901

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Rotterdam, Sun, 1906

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/rotterdam-sun-1906

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Study for Autumn, 1909

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/study-for-autumn-1909

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Untitled – First Abstract Watercolour, 1910

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/first-abstract-watercolor-1910

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, In Grey, 1919

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/in-grey-1919

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, On White 11, 1923

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/on-white-ii-1923

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Thirteen Rectangles, 1930

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/three-rectangles-1930

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Orang-Violet, 1935

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/orange-violet-1935

Image Credit © Wassily Kandinsky, Composition, 1944

Source Credithttps://www.wikiart.org/en/wassily-kandinsky/composition-1944

Spotlight – Spring Selection – Poetry, a poem by William Blake

Spring

Spring is not one of William Blake’s most famous poems but is probably one of his most accessible. The poem was first published in Blake’s 1789 collection Songs of Innocence. It’s a celebration of the arrival of Spring and explores the harmony of man with the natural world.

Spring pays reference to Blake’s popular themes of childhood, innocence, and nature. The poem is imbued with a simplicity of rhyme and language and in it he plays with rhythms and three-syllable lines. The poem is very childlike and songlike in nature.

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Poem Credit © William Blake

Source Credithttps://interestingliterature.com/2017/02/23/a-short-analysis-of-william-blakes-spring/