Sabina Bockemühl takes a break from painting to show us where she draws her inspiration: the Gabriele Münter House, Murnau's moors and Lake Staffelsee.
German landscapes have regularly inspired artists to produce great works - from the rugged chalk cliff coastline of Rügen to the colorfully glowing Alps in the south.
With his abstract forms and bold colors, Wassily Kandinsky was a revolutionary. Hated by the Nazis, he not only painted, but taught other artists to think outside the box. He was born 150 years ago on December 4.
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