The second of his works that I admired was Autour d'un Point (1920):
I retourned to look at these two paintings three or four times while I was at the museum. Kupka's paintings have a life of their own. A quality of a living being and not merely a replication of an idea or a consept. The intracasies of his artwork enlightened me for I often have equated Abstract with primitive and unskilled. Food for thought.