Accent in Pink, 1926 by Wassily Kandinsky

Accent in Pink, 1926 by Wassily Kandinsky
Courtesy of www.Wassily-Kandinsky.org

Abstraction does not mean annihilation: that a painting has no "object" does not mean for a moment that there is nothing there. Here, seemingly flat shapes in louder and quieter colors are cunningly over-layered, giving an extraordinary sense of dynamism and depth.