Saturday, 23 February 2013

Kazimir Malevich



Kazimir Malevich (Russian: Казимир Малевич, Polish: Kazimierz Malewicz,  (February 23, 1879, previously 1878: see below May 15, 1935) was a painter and art theoretician, pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the Avant-garde Suprematist movement.

1. On the Boulevard (1903)
2. Spring. Garden in Blossom (1904)
3. Summer Landscape (1905)
4. Spring (1906)
5. Sketch for fresco. Triumph of the Skies (1907)
6. Rest. Society in Top Hats (1908)
7. Carpenter (1908 1910)
8. Reapers (1910)
9. Still-Life (1911)
10. Province (1912)
11. Lady on a Tram Station (1913)
12. Lady at the Poster Column (1914)
13. Suprematism (1915)
14. Suprematism (Yellow and Black) (1916)
15. Suprematism (1917)
16. Sketch for the back Cover for the Portfolio of the Congress fo the Committees on Rural Poverty (1918)
17. Speakers on Tribune (1919)
18. Black Square (1920)
19. Suprematism (1921)
20. Peasant Woman (1927)
21. Peasant in the Fields (1928-1932)
22. Landscape with White House (1930)
23. Red House (1932)
24. Self-Portrait (1933)
25. Portrait of Artist's Wife N.A. Malevich (1934)

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