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Abstract art and Kandinsky inspired jewellery

Abstract art and Kandinsky inspired jewellery

Kandinsky inspired jewellery set. 2001. Yellow gold, diamonds, icy quartz. Russian Gems, St. Petersburg. Author V. Chernova

Abstract art and Kandinsky inspired jewellery

In the history of modern art is not uncommon when the artists act as jewellery designers. An example would be the creativity of P. Klee, Picasso, Max Ernst, Dali, Kandinsky and many other artists. The inspiration for jewelers is often the work of other artists – sculptors, architects, painters and others. Fine art in general, and painting in particular, are inextricably linked to the art of jewellery. Often, artists jewelers create jewellery collections drawing inspiration from the paintings of great painters.
Wassily Kandinsky is one of the most famous Russian painters, graphic artist and theorist of fine arts, the founder of abstract art. It was his work formed the basis of this stunning necklace and earrings, jewellery house “Russian Gems”. The artistic arrangement of elements of decoration and layout of the diamond decoration received unusually showy jewelry embodiment of the idea of geometric abstract art direction. The combination of icy quartz, sparkling diamonds and gold, creates a subtle, refined flavor, softens dryly geometric forms that gives to the image amazing femininity.

Iconic Painting of Edvard Munch in jewelry art - ring

Iconic Painting of Edvard Munch in jewelry art – ring

♦ For example, several years ago, the Italian jeweler Carlo Palmieri created a ring called Homage to Munch. On this precious dedication of Edvard Munch’s most famous painting was a picture of the artist’s “Scream.”

♦ «The Scream” has begun the collection of original interpretations of famous jewelry miniature works of art. Following Palmieri, Peter Mondrian created a ring that reproduces pure geometry of colors and lines, pointlessness and multicolored abstract pattern of “dots and lines” of Wassily Kandinsky.

♦ In 2013, Carlo Palmieri introduced not only new decorations, paintings, jewelry and watches, the dial made in the technique of pavé, very recognizable art style. He enriched Art Collection with works of several major artists – Picasso, Gauguin and Kandinsky all the same.

Set decoration 'White Square'. 2000 Yellow gold, diamonds, amethysts. Kostroma Jewelry Factory. Author I. Shed, artist Dmitry Sorokin

Set decoration ‘White Square’. 2000 Yellow gold, diamonds, amethysts. Kostroma Jewelry Factory. Author I. Shed, artist Dmitry Sorokin

“Absolute harmony” to which sought the founder of Suprematism Kazimir Malevich, created on his famous painting “Black Square”. Talented Kostroma jewelers received a brilliant embodiment in precious materials.

Example of spectacular use of one of the basic elements of geometric abstract art direction – the square. Despite all its simplicity, it has great decorative possibilities that have proven successful authors of this magnificent jewellery set, combining different in size and decoration squares.

Abstract art and Kandinsky inspired jewellery

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Svetlana Aust – dobryeveshi.livemaster.ru
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Elena Paslen paslen.livemaster.ru
Ilona Boxer (ilona-ilonka) ilona-ilonka.livemaster.ru
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