CERTIFIED TATE SPECIAL MUSEUM EDITION
Swinging by Kandinsky is one of several paintings Arius digitized in collaboration with Tate Britain. The resulting Art Digital Master File (ADMF™) is essentially a digital fingerprint of a painting's surface. The ADMF is archived for future analytics and was utilized to create ultra-high-resolution Géomatique textured art prints that ensures the authenticity of the artist's process.
THE STORY BEHIND KANDINSKY'S PAINTING
A timeless and iconic piece of modern art, the title of Swinging conveys the painting’s sense of dynamic movement, suggestive of the rhythms of modernity.
One of the pioneers of abstract painting, Kandinsky championed a mystical approach to art. His treatise Concerning the Spiritual in Art, published in 1911, argued for art that was purified from all references to the material world. He felt that color in particular was essential for liberating art from naturalistic appearances.
GÉOMATIQUE TEXTURED ART PRINT FEATURES
Certificate of Authenticity
Each work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the Commercial Director of Tate.
Special Museum Edition
Tate authorized an exclusive edition of actual-size Géomatique prints after careful comparison of a master proof against Kandinsky's original painting.
Our Géomatique textured printing process represents a new era for edition art, allowing artists to reproduce the color and texture of their original artwork to the highest quality.
High Fidelity Textured Reproductions
Tate compared the Géomatique reproduction master proof print against the original before authenticating the edition.
Premium Hand-Crafted Frames
Premium 100% hand-crafted wood moulding created with sustainable practices.
Making Art More Accessible
Tate receives Géomatique prints for educational purposes and royalties from every purchase.