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      The Art of
      Spiritual
      Harmony
      by
      Wassily Kandinsky

      The Art of Spiritual Harmony

      by Wassily Kandinsky

      Excerpt


      The last few years have in some measure removed this absurdity, by destroying the old convention that it was middle-class to be sane, and that between the artist and the outer-world yawned a gulf which few could cross. Modern artists are beginning to realize their social duties. They are the spiritual teachers of the world, and for their teaching to have weight, it must be comprehensible. Any attempt.

      Book Details


      PIBN10003960
      ISBN978-1-330-01340-3
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-266-17049-5
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryPsychology
      Pages162
      Words26001
      Vocabulary1781

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