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A visitor perusing the fifth floor of France’s Centre Pompidou will encounter two very different compositions in short succession. Wassily Kandinsky’s Picture with a Black Arch is a hodgepodge of lurid blotches and angular black streaks, now recognized as one of the first fully abstract paintings to come out of Europe. Nearby hangs Marc Chagall’s The Wedding. Painted in 1912—just like Picture with a Black Arch—it depicts the Russian Empire where both artists were born. But whereas Kandinsky’s

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