Composition VII is a painting of 1913 by the Russian Impressionist Wassily Kandinsky (1866– 1944). The oil on canvas painting is drawn on Abstract Art style with abstract painting and it measures 200 by 300 centimeters. It was created in Munich, Germany and now housed at The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Kandinsky completed the actual painting in less than four days. The oval seems almost the eye of a compositional hurricane, surrounded by swirling masses of color and form. Composition VII combines the themes of The Resurrection, The Last Judgment, The Deluge and The Garden of Love in an operatic outburst of pure painting.