Natural motifs already melt into abstract forms in his works beginning with 1918-1919, when the artist joined “Der Sturm” group. Natural forms of landscapes essentialize from one work to another towards an ever more abstract version in the search of the harmony of nature, the harmony with nature, and its divine rhythm. The painting Composition XX (Flowers of the Soul) belongs to the musical expressionist cycle. The message of this work is considered to be connected with the artist’s hope to love and be loved again after the tragic loss of his first wife. A space and time for miracles is created through rhythms and incantatory repetitions. The work took part in the Retrospective exhibition organized at the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest and at the House of Arts (Haus der Kunst) in Munich in 2002 and 2003. ©Iulia Mesea, Galeria de Artă Românească.Ghid, Sibiu 2011.