Several Circles from Wassily Kandinsky is the perfect example of abstract and spiritual expression on canvas which is proudly homed in the Guggenheim Museum, New York. The painting is a representation of one form, the circle. The circle as propositioned by Kandinsky is the fusion of the two greatest opposites, that of the concentric and of the eccentric in a single form and in equilibrium. By limiting Several Circles to only one form, the circle, Kandinsky could focus instead on colour, mass and the relative positions of the circles. This painting is pure abstract in its truest meaning, it is subjective and relies on the infinite possibilities of interpretation of the circle to create a sense of spiritual and emotional harmony for the viewer.