In 1944, stored in an attic on the outskirts of Stockholm, 124 diaries and more than 1200 paintings. It was the work of Hilma af Klint.
Her biography and the development of her creative process embraces themes of the order of spiritual science, alchemy and geometry. She left in her will the request that her work should be revealed only 20 years after her death, even so it took 40 years that time for someone to be interested in the subject.
The book The Colors Of Soul – The Life of Hilma af Klint is the first biography of the artist written in Brazil and seeks to show Hilma's personality as a synthesis of her experiences and existence, without reducing the undeniable strength of her art to just one of her spheres. Thus, the reader will be able to learn about Hilma's childhood, her approach to spiritualistic movements, her training as a painter, the formation of her spiritualist study group "De Fem", her meeting with Rudolf Steiner, among other passages of her life.