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Kazimir Malevic, the Russian avant-garde and his Suprematism

Kasimir Malevic

Russian painter of Polish origin born in Kiev in 1879. Avant-garde and precursor of what is defined as geometric abstractionism.

He was the founder of the Suprematist movement and the first painter to create a totally abstract work: "Black square on a white background" in 1913.

His path towards absolute abstraction had its maximum expression with works that reached the limits of painting. One example above all is "White square on white background" made in 1918.

In the last years of his life, his arrest in 1930 and his brief detention heavily conditioned him and he resumed painting figuratively of his artistic debut.

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Female torso

Malevic remains a forerunner of abstractionism, even if he is considered a modern artist, at the same level as Picasso and Kandinsky. In his works...
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Suprematist Composition

The original painting, a work by the Russian artist Kazimir Severinovic Malevic created in 1916, is auctioned by Sotheby's to an anonymous buyer...
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Peasants

This work by Kazimir Malevich dates back to 1930 and is now kept at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. These are two anonymous, empty and...
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