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Black Square
Black Square
Black Square
Malevich, Kasimir 1879–1935.
“Black Square”, early 1920s (c. 1923).
Oil on canvas, 106 × 106cm.

Sch–9484
St Petersburg, Russian State Museum.
Red house
Black circle
Black Square, Blue Triangle
Self-portrait
Black Cross
Two Peasants
Female Torso II
Four Squares
Head of a Farmer (with red cross)
Rotes Quadrat, 1915
The female figures
Head of a Peasant
Self portrait
Enemy
Choir singer
The New One
Suprematism
Suprematism
Suprematism (Sketch)
Suprematism No. 50
Suprematism
Symbolist figure
Suprematism
Suprematism
Suprematism: Painted realism of a footballer
Suprematist Composition
Suprematist Composition
Composition with Joconda, partially darkness
Untitled
Suprematism
Supremus Nr. 57
Suprematism
"Attentive  worker"
Suprematist Composition
Sportsman
Coward
Peasant woman with a black face
Sportsmen
Landscape (Winter)
Woman with a Rake
Marfa and Wanjka
Farmer in the Field
The Peasant II
Self-portrait
Worker
Portrait of the artist’s wife, Natalija Malevich
Portrait of a man
Girl with Red Staff
River in a forest
Blossoming apple trees
Apple Trees in Blossom
Unemployed Girl
Foreman
Flower girl
Two Male Figures
Three girls
Landscape with White House
Carpenter
February 2019: 140 Years Since the Birth of Kazimir Malevich
15 May 2020 - 85th anniversary of death

Kazimir Severinovich Malevich, 23 February 1879 – 15 May 1935,
Russian painter and art theoretician.

Malevich was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the avant-garde Suprematist movement.

He was also a devout Christian mystic who believed the central task of an artist was that of rendering spiritual feeling.
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